Learn about Earth's biodiversity and natural resources. Plus: Explore national parks and state wilderness areas.
Present and future landmarks that embody our new era of sustainability in a way that past lists never could have.
Kenya has just a few dozen antelopes left from several different species, including the sable antelope, sitatunga, roan, and bongo.
A new device may aid bats by scaring them away from wind farms.
Because I'm a backyard beekeeper, my phone usually rings a lot more during mid-summer, and the calls I get really run the gamut.
Bringing this sad issue back to the forefront.
A drought-stricken California county has found a new source of water: its toilets.
It’s true that climate change is speeding the evolution of certain animals, but the long term forecast looks grim.
Poachers threaten the last few hundred members of this critically endangered, and culturally important, species.
Sad as it is, it seems that mysterious deaths are for the birds.
Scientists want predictions months, instead of years, in advance
Young manatees dying of mysterious causes.
Cuddly Aussie species being harmed by climate change.
Humanity is often at its worst and wackiest in our search for water. Peter Dykstra on a free-flowing font of bad ideas.
Let's hope that none of these endangered species eaten by accident tasted like chicken. What a waste that would be.
Voltree Power's wireless sensor network taps into electricity generated naturally by trees.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.