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Wed, Apr 16, 2014 5:33 PM
Decades of oil exploration have contaminated soil and water in the Ecuadorian Amazon. Could mushrooms help clean them up?
According to new Australian research, crafty and ninja-esque assassin bugs use the web to lure a spider to its demise.
A green approach to Lent can help you lower your carbon footprint.
New study supports theory that mimicry in nature is a smart defensive move.
Video: President Obama announced more than $8 billion in loan guarantees for two new nuclear reactors as part of his commitment to providing clean energy and creating new jobs.
New effort will add a 30-mile forest corridor to Nyungwe National Park for a group of 14 chimpanzees facing extinction.
Infected with a contagious parasite, ants martyr themselves by voluntarily leaving the nest to save their kin.
Phil Jones and The Union of Concerned Scientists say The Daily Mail misrepresented a statement about climate change data to support skeptics' claims.
An eco-institute in the Holy Land is building bridges between Israelis and Palestinians.
There were so many adorable puppies entered in the Green Dog of the Year Contest, that we couldn't resist! Here's a gallery of 10 green puppies.
Wind farm power is significantly limited by how close one turbine can be to another. But a fish-like configuration could change all of that.
2,000 light-bellied brent geese are missing after finding their usual winter feeding grounds frozen in an especially harsh winter.
The status quo gets what it wants when it sows confusion.
Video: MNN sits down with wildlife biologist and animal expert Jeff Corwin to talk about the best way to get food and how we can protect our ecosystem.
The bigger the tank, the more energy needed to keep those lights, aerators and pumps operating, so keep it simple, small and freshwater.
What does a green dog do? Check out the contestants. Enter your dog now!
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