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Thu, Oct 23, 2014 10:01 AM
If the sun sets before the eclipse starts or if the weather isn't cooperating, you can watch it online.
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.
Big fish bully smaller fish for habitat as coral bleaching ruins their camouflage.
Students design pledge patches to be presented to leaders at the December UN Climate Conference in Copenhagen.
Video: A hotel in Taiwan gives dog owners a break by catering to man's best friend with a salon, pool, recreation rooms and field trips for pooches. Msnbc.com's Dara Brown has the story.
Beluga whale from the world’s largest aquarium dies suddenly after a temporary move to SeaWorld.
Turbines in Denmark and Sweden throw off blades — a rare event, but one to consider as alternative energy use grows across globe.
Researchers hypothesize that a miles-long crack in the Ethiopian desert may eventually become an ocean.
Britain may soon see its first multimillionaire playboy politician (who also happens to be an über green member of the Conservative Party).
Costa Rican man has a special friendship with a crocodile he nursed back to health after finding it dying of a gunshot wound.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.