Learn about Earth's biodiversity and natural resources. Plus: Explore national parks and state wilderness areas.
Learn more about the return of the raptors in this episode of the Natural South.
Learn more about water conservation in this episode of the Natural South.
You might think that sending bottled water to green bloggers via overnight priority mail isn't the best way to kickoff a new "eco" bottle design. If so, you'd be right.
Scientists are beginning to understand the toxic lingering effects of the Exxon Valdez oil spill, people like saving money more than the planet, and where does LA get its water?
A legal strategy to protect privately-owned land in Virginia is growing in popularity nationwide.
A jojoba-farming couple has been fighting for a decade to keep a dump from opening next to the desert national park in their backyard.
A New Jersey city struggles to find a compromise between
Researchers in North Carolina find that wetlands can remove hormones from wastewater.
An invasive species is enhancing a Hawaiian habitat, not destroying it.
Imagine iconic American moments without clean water, then remember that 40 percent of the planet lacks access to safe drinking water.
Plenty Magazine recognizes 20 businesses, 20 people and 10 ideas that will change our world.
Is the U.S. military going green, or just trying to save money? Judge for yourself with these examples from Fort Bragg and elsewhere in the nation.
New technology uses hormones to enable the endangered fish to breed in captivity.
A coalition of activists helps stall energy development in Montana.
Twelve species, including the Alabama sturgeon, are likely to become extinct.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.