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Thu, May 16, 2013 10:28 AM
Scientists expect this brood's population to be up to 30 billion this year.
Scientists have begun to unlock the confusing role that clouds play in climate change.
We've come a long way since the days of believing that lightning bolts were the work of angry gods, but some natural events continue to mystify us.
Development is a reaction to rising waters caused by climate change.
Catch up on the environmental headlines from the week of March 7-13.
Check out these videos of Zambonis breaking through ponds, falling off trucks, and just squirreling around.
Funny or Die turns their lens of hilarity upon Toyota with this send-up of a rather determined corporate spokesperson.
A wastewater reinjection well from natural gas mining is being blamed for a series of tremors in Texas, where earthquakes almost never happen.
Scientists develop an ultra-muscular trout that can grow more body mass without any increase in food.
Furry and cute, dogs are on the front lines of New York City's war on bedbugs.
The right-wing media mob has seized on an spurious claim by ESPN's Robert Montgomery that President Obama is about to ban recreational and commercial fishing in U.S. waters.
When Nancy Underwood wants to visit the shops across the street from her home, it takes her 90 minutes and 4 bus rides to do it.
Spread among the billions and billions of trees around the world are a few special ones.
Scientists discover that hermaphrochickens exist because of cellular differences -- not because of hormonal influences.
Video: A planned gold and copper mine could pose a serious threat to sockeye salmon population.
The British have announced they will explore for oil in the Falkland Islands which could pose a huge threat to some of Earth's richest marine habitats.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.