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Fashionista Karl Lagerfeld said that if we don't kill furry animals, they will kill us.
Audubon Society's annual count is the country's longest-running wildlife census and a great way to determine the health of bird populations nationwide.
A new website connects people with land to campers needing a spot to sleep.
Logging companies have employed hackers to cut more rain forest than permitted.
Pine bark beetles are killing millions of acres of pine trees throughout the American West.
Australians have been encouraged to eat camel to protect the Outback. Here's how to cook one.
In a move shocking to none, the Bush administration is pushing to open up more land for mountaintop removal mining.
Hunter Randy Goodman found himself on the wrong end of a pair of deer antlers.
The tilt-shift time-lapse work of Keith Loutit renders nature into a miniature set.
Tuna are in danger, Darfur's forests are being cut down, and UNESCO maps out fresh water hot spots.
To the ornithological world, the age of now 14-year-old Spencer Hardy is irrelevant to the phenomenon he helped document.
It's believed sonar is so loud that mammals beach themselves in an attempt to get away from the noise, an extreme tactic that usually results in death.
Investing in hemp lightens your environmental footprint, and supports a truly sustainable industry.
The "rockets' red glare" and the "bombs bursting in air" are now in our blood thanks to the EPA.
Trees benefit us in even more ways than you knew.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
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