Learn about Earth's biodiversity and natural resources. Plus: Explore national parks and state wilderness areas.
The Mississippi Delta loses 17 square miles of land to the sea each year. But diverting the river would enable sediment deposits to create new land.
Choose chicken over beef, install a low flow shower head, and skip the eggs for a bowl of cereal and save hundreds of thousands of gallons of water a year.
I admit it -- I totally dropped the ball on Food Day. Going No Impact is not easy.
Gigantic spider measures 5 inches across and spins webs up to three feet wide.
2,000 miles from the nearest continent, in the middle of the Pacific ocean, plastic is killing scores of sea birds.
You can ride Nepalese mountain thermals with birds of prey and help protect Himalayan raptors. It doesn't get much cooler than Parahawking.
The second day of No Impact Week was all about trash -- how much we make, where it comes from, where it goes, and how we can create less of it.
The Whale Shark, with a a mouth that can reach five feet in width, congregates near Cancun from June to September.
The conservation of the river is intertwined with the livelihoods of the people who use it.
It's officially No Impact Week, a weeklong experiment to cut down on the environmental impact of our day-to-day lives.
Becomes first city in the nation to require people to properly dispose of their organic garbage waste.
Astronomers think alien pollution could be the key to discovering life on other planets.
Scientists say pollution on a planet may help aliens spot an advanced civilization.
Although 63 people died in the historic quake, a baseball game may have saved the lives of thousands more.
A series of runs and walks around the world on April 18 will be the largest awareness initiative aimed at solving water crisis.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.