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Scientists are using crowdsourcing to test the water along the Pacific Coast of North America, a project that could predict future risks.
New idea taps the science of CO2 transport in blood as a way to capture and store emissions from coal-burning power plants.
Citing cost and opposition from building owners, the Big Apple drops an ambitious plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by making 22,000 buildings more energy efficient.
As U.N. climate talks begin in Copenhagen, the Obama administration takes steps to regulate U.S. emissions with or without congressional approval.
Video: Representatives from nearly 200 nations meet in Denmark for a summit that environmental groups hope will lead to comprehensive measures to stop global warming. NBC's Anne Thompson reports.
New research reveals that food abundance can change the appearance and habits of our feathered friends.
Reservoirs might shift weather patterns, local climates.
Catch up on the environmental headlines from the week of Nov. 29-Dec. 5.
Dog traffickers illegally sell dog meat to eager buyers in Vietnam — and a corrupt government turns a blind eye.
Unconventional concept provides incentive for landowners to seek out and protect threatened species on their properties.
Learn about these endangered creatures — and help them make a comeback.
New site helps owners reduce their canine companion's carbon paw print.
We're sending a blogger and a student correspondent to the big climate summit in Copenhagen next week. And you can follow their every move.
The tiny plant, discovered growing inside the root of another small orchid, is just 2.1 mm wide from petal tip to petal tip.
Nuclear power may be the only technology capable of meeting our growing demand for energy while keeping emissions down.
Could 'Climategate' lead to better science?
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