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Man-made environmental catastrophes have occurred throughout human history and have even caused the collapse of whole civilizations.
Can you spot the differences between these autumn-themed images? Put your eyes to the test!
Change in pH leads small fish to become attracted to their predators, removing their ability to ‘smell danger’.
Video: This new, rather extreme climate change awareness ad from the grassroots organization Plane Stupid features polar bears plunging from the sky to their deaths.
Florida's state tree, the cabbage palm, is being stripped from forests to protect the endangered Florida panther.
Video: Naturalist Jeff Corwin documents the efforts of scientists to revive Indonesia's critically endangered Sumatran orangutan population.
MNN local correspondents fan out across the nation to report on species in peril.
The bestseller’s flawed climate arguments show that maverick heroes aren’t right about everything.
The U.S. is one of only two countries that have yet to announce their emissions reduction plans. Why, when we're so close to Copenhagen, is that the case? Because the Obama camp wants to set realistic goals and meet them.
New report reveals that humans, not climate change, may be responsible for wiping out many species.
Catch up on the environmental headlines from the week of Nov. 15-21.
Experts warn that unless the power industry protects itself from cyber threats, the government will step in.
Businesses say government efforts are crucial for developing a green energy future.
Japanese whaling ships head to Antarctica for what the government calls scientific research, as activists continue to fight the practice.
Whaling boats steam south as Australia braces for their arrival.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.