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Tue, Oct 21, 2014 1:00 PM
Sometimes all you need to make your day a little better is a great photo of a cute bear cub.
Acoustic-equipped undersea glider cruises at depths of 1,000 meters to capture the mysterious music of whales.
Butterfly population is splitting into two distinct species, scientists say.
Atlanta man got more than he bargained for after the dog he rescued in traffic gave birth to 9 puppies.
Read what The Nature Conservancy's climate change policy gurus have to say.
Parts of the New Mexico town near Carlsbad Caverns National Park could collapse because of irresponsible extraction practices by the oil industry.
Video: The Gulf Coast prepares for a rare November storm as Hurricane Ida approaches the U.S. mainland. Al Roker tracks the expected path of the storm.
The huarango can live for more than 1,000 years, but modern man may be repeating history by destroying this key ecosystem.
Catch up on the environmental headlines from the week of Nov. 1-7.
Contaminated sites being used to house wind farms, solar arrays and geothermal power plants.
Video: Meredith Vieira talks to famed naturalist Jeff Corwin about his new MSNBC special, Future Earth: 100 Heartbeats.
Check out the winning photographs from this year's Veolia Environnment Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition.
Female bears at a German zoo have gone bald, drawing in thousands of tourists eager to gape at their nudity.
The Nature Conservancy hosted an event in Barcelona highlighting adaptive actions they and others are launching around the world.
Photo gallery: Sometimes species that have disappeared are found again, proving that life — when given a chance — finds a way to survive.
Mother of 19-year-old Taylor Mitchell, the rising Canadian folk singer who was killed by 2 coyotes last week, pleads for the lives of the animals, saying that's what Taylor would want.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.