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The crewmembers' return to Earth begins a busy week of comings and goings at the International Space Station.
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.
An unprecedented 300-page atlas of the Patagonian Sea has been 'written' by the marine animals that live there -- with the help of fitted GPS collars.
Evolution caught in the act? An isolated population of finches have odd-shaped beaks, sing differently, and don't breed with others.
Californians push to ban declawing of cats.
Video: Six-legged cow and two-headed calf are 'misfits' on a Wisconsin farm. WMTV's John Sofflet reports.
Catch up on the environmental headlines from the week of Nov. 8-14.
It may be impossible to convince these still-developing nations to curb their burgeoning economies for what is essentially an environmental cause.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.