Learn about Earth's biodiversity and natural resources. Plus: Explore national parks and state wilderness areas.
While activists against mountaintop removal grow, miners of the region defend their practices as a way of life.
What can we learn from nature? If we're smart, a lot. Biomimicry is the art of blending lessons taken from natural processes into modern design.
Is better filtering the answer to the billions of people around the world who lack access to clean drinking water?
How Phoenix and its 3.5 million people defied the odds, running on all cylinders without running dry.
Two New Zealand journalists will set off explosives in the Gobi Desert in an attempt to find the legendary creature.
A man helping a gaggle of geese cross the road is ticketed for jaywalking after almost causing a car accident.
Police removed 52 cats, 2 rabbits, 10 dogs, 8 rats and 2 guinea pigs from the approximately 1000-square-foot home.
On the flip side of the coin from a Critical Mass bike ride is Critical Manners, a large gathering of law-abiding bicyclists determined to stay in their lanes.
Meet the world's most chill golden retriever, a pooch who loves a good swing.
Beneath the waters of the world's oceans are huge swaths of empty sea where there once were massive schools of fish. We're fishing our way to total disaster.
An MBA meets a fisherman and talks about living the good life.
How fast is your consumer churn? Do you need to replace your gadgets every season? What ever happened to keeping things around?
Federal law requires mining companies to restore strip mines to their original condition, but many don't bother.
Scientists are increasingly concerned about high rates of cancer in animals, which are often linked to environmental contaminants.
A five-legged puppy is officially out of show business after being rescued from a Coney Island animal show.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.