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Video: Rolling Stone's Tim Dickinson says that in spite of problems in Obama's first year, the president is making progress on the environmental front.
20 amazing images of wind farms
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Southern Company and Ted Turner announce partnership to develop large-scale solar energy projects in the Southern U.S.
Media columnist Ken Edelstein visits with Tea Partiers and advocates for energy efficiency, and comes away with a dizzy feeling.
Catch up on the environmental headlines from the week of Jan. 24-30.
Glacier melt creates weight reduction on mountains in Patagonia and leads to unprecedented growth.
Video: A woman in Quebec watches as her house cat scares off a bear that approached the home.
New report shows heavier snowfalls and unusual amounts of rain are created when global warming disrupts long-standing weather patterns.
Scientists discover how small invertebrates named rotifers have avoided extinction -- despite not having sex for 30 million years.
Monarchs develop different wings for different migration patterns, researchers find.
Experts compare climate change lawsuits to early litigation against the tobacco industry.
Turning the world's largest landfill on Staten Island into a park is actually crippling the bird population.
Wild crows can recognize human faces -- and they are none too forgiving, new research shows.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.