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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.
Researchers prove that while killer bees are fearsome, they’re not exactly outwitting the competition.
Italians currently lead the world in smart grid technology.
Video: MNN sits down with wildlife biologist and animal expert Jeff Corwin to talk about how climate change is wiping out animal species.
Your money may not actually support green energy.
MNN readers have been speaking out about what they hope world leaders will accomplish in Copenhagen. Here's a sampling of what they have to say.
Through genetic modification, males that shoot blanks could substantially reduce populations, cut infection rates.
Darling International hopes to convert animal byproducts into renewable energy.
Video: Missy, who could be the world's most perfect cow, was sold for $1.2 million at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair.
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