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Public health threatened by coal waste
A red-tailed hawk dries its wings in Spokane, Wash., as local residents keep predators at bay.
Fast-spreading algae has spread quickly along crucial New York waterways that provide drinking water.
Hate to mow the lawn? Here's a new trend in the British countryside that's bound to help.
Residents of a Tulsa apartment complex called management complaining that two raccoons had taken up residence in their soda machine.
A Missouri family is living in a cave -- a 17,000-square-foot super-modern cave home built with local, recycled materials.
The Today Show visited a farm that saves and takes care of unwanted horses.
Attempt to preserve Brazilian rain forest has led to what some human rights advocates call apartheid.
A 1-week-old puppy is rescued after his owner accidentally flushes him down the toilet while giving him a bath.
America's busiest national park hits a big birthday milestone.
Inspired by Earth Hour, Jonathan Kesselman encourages visitors to Times Square to turn off their cell phones for one minute.
What's the best way to check on the readiness of your compost? Gerard Mulligan and Chris Elliot share their technique with David Letterman.
Some awesome guest bloggers stepped in and helped me out this week with some great posts. (I've been moving.) Check out their blogs and Twitterstreams.
Sea turtles thrive on African beaches
According to a Gallup poll, water pollution is the top environmental concern among U.S. citizens. What are we doing about it?
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.