Learn about Earth's biodiversity and natural resources. Plus: Explore national parks and state wilderness areas.
What happens two months after a major environmental disaster, when the lights go out and everyone stops paying attention?
Watch the sides of this open air mine in Malaysia peel away under the steady eroding pressure of the nearby ocean.
Scientists are tracking cats' killing habits, national parks get $900M, and a garbage truck that runs on garbage (kind of).
Be the first to correctly answer my question and win a copy of 'The War on Bugs' by Will Allen.
How a new YouTube video is getting us to think that when it comes to the future of water, it seems the glass is half empty.
You can buy a toaster from Wal-Mart for $9. That's too easy for Thomas Thwaites, who is making his from scratch.
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Learn what causes acid rain and how it impacts trees, plants, buildings, cars and humans.
Explore a variety of solutions for acid rain.
"Acid rain" is a broad term referring to a mixture of wet and dry deposition (deposited material) from the atmosphere containing higher than normal amounts of nitric and sulfuric acids. Learn more.
Under the Endangered Species Act (ESA), the government protects endangered and threatened plants and animals (listed species) and the habitats upon which they depend. Learn more.
New Yorkers know to thank their neighbors across the river for the maple syrup smell that randomly blankets the city.
Learn how the ESPP relates to the Endangered Species Act and pesticides.
The governor of Alaska loves hunting wolves from airplanes and has proposed a $150 bounty for the severed foreleg of each one killed.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
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