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Fri, Oct 24, 2014 11:54 AM
Due to technical limitations, the photo was created by combining images of the comet and Mars.
Farming for Wildlife project creates both habitat for shorebirds and fertile soil for farmers.
President Barack Obama challenged world leaders to join the United States in fighting global warming. Watch the entire 10-minute speech here.
Fish are one of the healthiest foods on Earth, but many are brimming with toxic mercury. MNN examines how this happens and which fish are still safe.
Global financial crisis has a silver lining in the form of reduced greenhouse gas emissions, according to new study.
The rise and fall of Rev. Billy James Hargis, along with the popularity of Glenn Beck, makes our media columnist long for the days of the Fairness Doctrine.
Catch up on the environmental headlines from the week of Sept. 13-19.
48-pound rainbow trout was caught at a lake where genetically engineered trout escaped from a fish farm nine years ago.
As both a hunter and a wolf lover, the author explains why hunting is actually good for wolf conservation.
A new study says efforts to shrink the massive, oxygen-depleted dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico will be stifled if the U.S. continues to increase its biofuel production.
With Hawaii's endless renewable energy potential, the state plans to generate 40 percent of its power from clean sources by 2030.
Gray wolves have clawed back from the brink 35 years after being exterminated in most U.S. forests. But as they kill more and more livestock, some humans are once again howling for their heads.
Tennessee Valley Authority announces plans for economic development projects in Roane County, the site of last December’s coal ash spill.
Formerly abundant animals are declining rapidly, and steps should be taken to avoid a tragic loss of species.
What looked like a flower turned out to be a surprising find – a common green grasshopper that had been born pink.
Our media columnist examines the ongoing controversy over the resignation of Obama's green jobs czar.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.