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Thu, Dec 19, 2013 5:58 PM
A British Columbia homeowner comes home to a big, furry surprise.
A 4,000-gallon coal ash spill in the North Branch Potomac River should serve as a nice reminder to politicians of the need to stop burning coal.
Sometimes, the big guns in Congress aim to keep stuff 'away' from their states. Senator Harry Reid and the tale of Yucca Mountain is a prime example.
Video: Learn about ecoartspace and how that organization addresses environmental issues through the visual arts.
Video: See where hundreds of bald eagles are flocking along the Mississippi River.
Video: Are ivory-billed woodpeckers back from extinction?
Matt Jones was arrested by TVA police after driving home elderly residents from a community meeting discussing the coal ash spill.
The new trailer for the movie 2012, set for release in the fall, is a minute and a half of world-ending awesomeness.
How an annual climate deniers' conference in New York reminds me of Jim Carrey in 'Dumb and Dumber'.
Karl Burkart breaks the news that Green activist Van Jones has been confirmed as President Obama's "Green Czar".
In a sadly true-to-life Onion story, we see a potential cure slip away to the cold steely hands of extinction.
Washington welcomes thousands of eco-minded student activists to Power Shift 2009.
Rightwing entertainer Sean Hannity didn't let facts get in his way (again) on a recent show with aging ex-football coach Lou Holtz when he confused weather with climate.
More people are realizing that "clean coal" is a boondoggle, Google writes an energy plan, and Maine looks at upgrading the state energy grid.
Catch up on the headlines for the week of March 1 with our handy list of editors' picks.
Is tackling the laundry and hitting the gym on your to-do list this weekend? Let 'Bicilavadora,' a bike-powered washing machine, motivate you.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.