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Fri, Sep 19, 2014 1:00 PM
These little guys had to get their priorities straight, and that meant minimizing their feet.
As the European appetite grows for frog meat, Asian species may be eaten into extinction.
Activists on the scene report that the annual dolphin killings, set to begin on Sept. 1, have not yet begun.
The 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck off the main island of Java.
Many residents choose to hunker down and ride out the storm despite warnings of 155 mph winds and as much as 15 inches of rain.
Most Americans live in urban areas, forming huge hot spots of energy consumption. But while rural residents use less energy overall, cities are often slicker about it.
Alabama county’s decision to store coal ash from the Tennessee spill fills coffers, but also spurs worries about consequences.
A grandmother of three walks 1,200 miles to call attention to climate change and attracts a few followers along the way.
Meredith Viera talks to U.S. Forest Service Chief Mike Dietrich about the massive wildfire in California that is threatening thousands of homes.
A rural town creates its own luck when it decides to embrace wind energy.
Catch up on the environmental headlines from the week of Aug. 23-29.
Scientist Rob McDonald talks about evaluating 'energy sprawl' in order to protect animals and their habitats.
Fossilized remains of squid were so well-preserved that scientists were able to draw a picture of it -- using its own ink.
A seabird restoration project removes invasive rats that had preyed on bird eggs and chicks, creating an opportunity for growth.
Video: Chuck talks trees, carbon audits and clean air with baseball legend Ryan Klesko on his tree farm.
The warmest global seawater on record is offering a feast for hurricanes this summer, but aside from Bill, the Atlantic Basin has been conspicuously quiet.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.