Learn about Earth's biodiversity and natural resources. Plus: Explore national parks and state wilderness areas.
This Halloween season, consider celebrating with a unique outdoor experience. (Then go to that haunted house.)
The Fun Theory posits that people are more likely to change their behavior if the change is fun. How can we use that in the environmental movement?
One positive outcome of the dust storm that covered Sydney several weeks ago was an explosion in microscopic life within Sydney Harbor and beyond.
B. kiplingi is the world’s only known vegetarian spider, eating a diet that consists almost entirely of solid plant matter.
A funeral home in Eugene, Oregon goes the extra green mile by offering their customers the option of a bike hearse.
College student Tim DeChristopher faces slammer for interfering with land auction.
When interacting with babies, primate behavior is strikingly similar to that of human mothers.
Video: A tiny beetle threatens the existence of Whitebark pine forests.
Video: Understand the balancing act between conservationists trying to save the endangered Mexican wolf and ranchers who say the animals are destroying their cattle.
Manatees the culprit in mysterious trail of feces that forced officials to close Humiston Park Beach in Florida.
Video: Farmer D travels to Kentucky to make a tree farm organic.
Video: This crowded city hosts one of the world's largest populations of flamingos.
With their little pink snouts and oversized ears, tiny pigs the size of tea cups are irresistibly cute. ITN's Damon Green reports from down on the farm.
Chicken poop-eating cows, more bad BPA news, more reasons to jump on a bike, a deep energy retrofit, and pretzels. Yum.
A very rare Siberian snow leopard gives birth to healthy triplets in Ukraine.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.