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The Department of Public Works denies permitting for a much-anticipated event involving '1,000 feet of soapy vinyl.' And water. Lots of water.
These seven locations share one unfortunate trend — a signature event with the power to displace people.
Images taken from the Hubble Space Telescope. See these amazing photographs on the Mother Nature Network.
Take a look at these recently discovered creatures, many of which have been isolated in obscure regions.
Eco-photos of the week: April 19-May 2
Five good green ideas from the U.S. government.
Here are the top 10 ways to prepare for the total breakdown of society without looking like a (complete) lunatic.
A selection of photos from this week's eco-happenings around the globe.
We've displaced animals with our buildings and roads, introduced invasive species to wreak havoc on local habitats, and mercilessly hunted down game for sport, food, medicine or reality television.
The cinematic destruction of planet earth, or part of it, has been a favorite Hollywood movie theme for decades.
Photographs of ice shelves, glaciers and sea ice from frigid spots throughout the world, all taken by NASA's LANDSAT satellite.
These 10 U.S. parks are taking steps to be the greenest spaces in America.
Nobody has a better seat for hurricane season than NASA.
U.N. selects city to host World Environment Day 2010.
Legislators in California will vote to set maximum energy-consumption standards for televisions, possibly becoming the first state to ban inefficient televisions.
Rabbits are terrorizing the public parks of Stockholm, so Swedish officials have decided to kill them and burn them as fuel.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.