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Fri, Dec 20, 2013 3:51 PM
The key to humanity's survival will be a shift to global outlook on humans' role in the Earth's fate.
U.S.-Iraqi citizen hopes to replenish the unique wetlands in southern Iraq destroyed by Saddam Hussein.
The lawsuit comes as BP works to finally kill a runaway well in the Gulf of Mexico responsible for one of the world's worst oil spills.
That's not a pearl in your oyster. Oyster beds in Europe are being ravaged by a new strain of herpes that thrives in warm water.
Stephen Hawking says mankind faces an increasing number of events that threaten its very existence and must colonize space to survive.
Check out this intense video of a fast-moving storm front sweeping in and engulfing Hietaniemi beach in Helsinki, Finland.
Man who created the peak oil theory and became an advocate for alternative energy was found dead in his hot tub.
New plant will convert manure into biogas, which can be transported through natural gas pipelines.
In a tiny Georgia town, a solar farm is producing big energy.
On this day in 1995, Grateful Dead guitarist and environmentalist Jerry Garcia passed away after suffering a heart attack. He was an advocate for protecting the rain forest long before it was 'cool' to do so and inspired millions with his music.
Morgues are overflowing even as the health ministry disputes a senior doctor's statement that the monthly death toll doubled in July.
Elena Kagan's past suggests she may be an environmental ally on the bench, but will she be another John Paul Stevens?
The length-wise tear doesn't provide enough information to determine what caused 800,000 gallons of crude oil to spill into the Kalamazoo River.
Video: Learn how to properly massage your opossum so he or she can relax after a long day of playing possum.
Paying attention to the weather is irresponsible. Just like Snowmageddon didn't disprove global warming, so too this summer's blistering heat doesn't prove anything either.
Firefighters battled wildfires covering 1,075 square miles in what the state weather forecaster said was Russia's worst heat wave for a millennium.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.