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Sat, Dec 07, 2013 8:15 AM
Redditors go beyond ligers and zonkeys in the surreal /HybridAnimals thread.
First commercial hydrogen fuel cell for the home has gone into its final testing phase and will be available in Japan the spring 2009.
The world turned off the lights for an hour Saturday night to bring awareness to the problems posed by global warming. Here's what it looked like.
A new Gallup poll shows more Americans are concerned about the economy than the environment. Peter Dykstra parses the details.
Assignment Earth's Bruce Burkhardt explains the most significant land conservation measure in a generation.
Beetles eliminate use of chemicals in invasive loosestrife battle.
The new documentary The Great Warming offers little new insight into climate change.
Land managers use animals to control weeds.
Industrial plants worldwide search for cheaper and cleaner fuel alternatives.
Boosting native bee populations could give beleaguered honeybees a break.
TechCrunch, one of the most read blogs on the internet, got their hands, or should I say jaws, on one of Aquafinas new plastic water bottles. The verdict- it's good enough for dogs!
Brighter Living with Jill Cordes: Learn how your resource consumption is affecting the Earth.
Brighter Living with Jill Cordes: Most people think their trash is history once it gets to the landfill.
Catch up on the best stories from the week of Feb. 22-28.
And other tales of springtime wonder.
For less than $100 you can patch your Kill-a-watt energy monitor into your Twitter account. Let the electric tweeting begin!
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.