More criticism of the coal-burning power plants in Pilsen and Little Village.
Learning genetic policy from the Illinois Humanities Council.
Budget cuts force the shuttering of multiple EPA libraries, and no, the contents aren’t all available online.
Can the world’s largest corporation be all things to all people? Probably.
Is organic farming good for the workers’ environment? Not really.
Seven ways to avoid serious climate troubles, and a baby market for them in Chicago.
Erik Olsen’s blog has the goods on eight Chicago green buildings and counting.
What would an econ-savvy environmentalist do? Plus, a local survey to help the green-building business get going.
Howard Learner’s public-interest law/science/economics outfit launches a 7-step crusade against global warming, with a Midwest focus
From your friends at Wal-Mart, Greenpeace, Boeing, and ADM
Lloydâ€™s of London has figured out that climate change is real and needs to be dealt with. Those who value their credibility should get on board.
A proposal to make the Chicago area a biosphere reserve has property-rights advocates up in arms.
The Safer Pest Control Project wants to keep poison off the grass.