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A conservation program succeeds by embracing trial and error.
Natural disaster scorches 23 square miles and forces thousands to evacuate.
Planting indigenous plants can help stop the decrease of migratory bird populations.
The U.S. Army has stopped the production of ammunition made with tungsten -- a dense metal that has replaced lead -- after finding it may cause cancer.
Scientists know that sunken ships attract marine life, but tires just don’t have the same draw.
Video: New federal funding will support protection of private forest lands threatened by development.
Video: Why are these earthworms running for their lives? Assignment Earth has the answer.
Chad Pregacke's passion for the Mississippi River is as strong as his passion for skateboarding, and he's turning it into action.
Thanks to humans, the once-rampant species is now endangered.
This summer Nepal Telecom will be rolling out cell phone service on the top of Mt. Everest. We've officially run out of places to "get away from it all".
The world’s only flying mammals are an all-natural form of pest control.
Rising temperatures affecting tuatara populations.
Researchers hope to save India's critically endangered Brow-Antlered deer from inbreeding, which could cause harmful genetic defects.
Trees benefit us in more than just the ways that you already knew.
Human population growth in arctic areas negatively impacts polar bears.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.