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Thu, Sep 18, 2014 1:00 PM
It's hard not to feel a little more open, a little more hopeful, after reading this quote.
Highway to be renamed in honor of prominent Jewish theologian and civil rights advocate.
A few four-legged friends are catching waves at a California dog surfing competition.
MNN asks Al Gore about the claims that he's making a fortune off of climate change. The former vice president responds -- via iPhone texts.
The U.S. and other nations hungrily eye the melting, fuel-rich Arctic region as scientists warn we're almost too late to save it.
Output of solar array will be nearly three times the 1.6 megawatts produced by the solar panels on the roof of Googleplex.
Catch up on the environmental headlines from the week of June 14-20.
A red-tailed hawk dries its wings in Spokane, Wash., as local residents keep predators at bay.
Fast-spreading algae has spread quickly along crucial New York waterways that provide drinking water.
Hate to mow the lawn? Here's a new trend in the British countryside that's bound to help.
Residents of a Tulsa apartment complex called management complaining that two raccoons had taken up residence in their soda machine.
As summer thunderstorms loom across the U.S., MNN sheds some light on lightning -- one of the deadliest and least-understood weather events on Earth.
From ball lightning and blue jets to giant elves and sprites, thunderstorms have a lot more tricks up their sleeves than just thunder.
Meet Neville Williams, a Maryland man who says he has an easier time installing solar in Africa and Asia than he does in the United States.
Sainsbury's has installed a new kinetic energy generator that will draw power from moving vehicles in the supermarket parking lots.
Attempt to preserve Brazilian rain forest has led to what some human rights advocates call apartheid.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.