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Seventh annual race on the Chattahoochee is free and open to the whole family.
Giant jellyfish weighing up to 440 pounds are taking over areas of the world’s oceans thanks to overfishing.
Palm oil production is lucrative, but selling carbon credits could replace that income and protect endangered orangutans.
Elk get into trouble in Estes Park, but residents share a deep affection for the creatures.
Buying certified wood products encourages regulated, sustainable logging that actually saves more trees than total protection
German zoo gave Z and Vielpunkt, a pair of gay Humboldt penguins, an abandoned egg to care for.
New bill passing through Congress would create thousands of paid service positions in America’s national parks.
A swarm of bees had to be removed from the wing of a plane with a special vaccum.
Billions of pounds of cigarette butts are thrown to the ground every year, poisoning waterways and killing fish.
Residents of some Western states are considered water thieves if they install rain catchment systems.
Filmmakers accuse the Mitsubishi Corporation of stocking up on bluefin tuna in anticipation of the population collapse of the giant fish.
Iceland is carving a niche in the hydrogen fuel market with a new program called Sustainable Marine and Road Transport–Hydrogen.
Scientists combat light pollution in some of the nation's most pristine areas.
Survival expert Bear Grylls took actor Will Ferrell out for a week of living off the land to promote 'Land of the Lost'.
Rising temperatures are nudging animals out of hibernation and into peril.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.