Naoto Kan, Japan's Prime Minister during the Fukushima disaster discusses how the event changed his stance on nuclear power
Until last week, European regulations require that animals be stunned before being slaughtered, but religious exemptions were allowed. After much campaigning, Animal Rights activists push Danish government to drop the exemption and force compliance with humane treatment
Secretary of State John Kerry emphasized the urgency of dealing with global warming caused climate change as a threat greater than terrorism and weapons of mass destruction, as well as denouncing climate change deniers
The long awaited debate between Bill Nye the Science guy and best-selling Christian author Ken Ham. Get a drink, and a sammich and settle in for awesome
California has been dry for three consecutive years, with 2014 on pace to be driest on record. A photo gallery capturing the state's drought conditions
A beautiful site that uses supercomputers to create a moving visualization of global weather conditions
The United States has been doing covert surveillance of foreign and domestic citizens for decades, with the main push focusing on gathering blackmail material to use as control of its political enemies.
Get introduced to building solar powered devices with this neat 24 hour solar powered greenhouse project
Music legend Pete Seeger has died at the age of 94. Seeger has been the bard of the Left for seven decades; singing songs demanding change on everything from Labor Rights to Environmentalism, and adapted the song "We Shall Overcome" which became the Civil Rights anthem
Artist Andrew Kharkevich created a statue commemorating all the laboratory test mice and rats killed to help humans understand the workings of DNA which is showcased at the Institute of Cytology and Genetics in Novosibirsk, Russia
A leaked draft of the environment portion of the Trans Pacific Partnership trade agreement which is being pushed by the Obama Administration has terrible environmental provisions, attempting to cut domestic protections across the globe
While Democrats were able to gain protection for some programs, high speed rail loses its funding in the latest round of budget proposals
Hit the Google Homepage for a Google Doodle celebrating the work of zoologist Dian Fossey, who spent years living with Mountain Gorillas studying their lives
Investigators looking into the massively toxic chemical spill that occurred in West Virginia found that the company noticed the leak in its early stages and just propped a cinder block up against it to stop it
Starting in 2016, McDonald's claims it will buy only sustainable beef for it's burgers. Will the fast food giant actually change, or is it just more greenwashing of it's product?