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Fri, Oct 24, 2014 3:07 PM
New film documents the environmental and personal damage caused by the 2010 disaster.
Could 'Climategate' lead to better science?
A spurious debate over purloined e-mails overshadows evidence that climate change is worse than we thought.
Digital media installation depicts the physical manifestation of carbon emissions through three-story cubes that mirror the average person's carbon footprint.
But first, archeologists must do some cultural detective work at Hampton Plantation to ensure other important elements are not destroyed.
Clean, green energy is teeming all around us in the natural world, and scientists have only begun to scratch the surface of tapping it.
Video: A controversy over e-mails leads FOX to wonder why Obama would bother flying to Copenhagen for the climate summit. Our blogger responds.
Catch up on the environmental headlines from the week of Nov. 22-28.
Heated debate: There's general consensus that global warming is occurring -- but lots of disagreement about the details.
From feathers to animal fat, meat producers discover new ways to divert waste from landfills.
6,000 wild camels have taken over a village in Australia, destroying infrastructure and terrifying locals.
Video: In keeping with annual White House tradition, President Barack Obama pardons Courage, the turkey.
Video: On Nov. 25, 2009, one lone turkey will walk the hallowed halls of the West Wing ... and leave a free bird.
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’.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.