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Tue, Jul 29, 2014 1:00 PM
Bees are one of our top most important pollinators. But other species, including birds, bats and butterflies are also important contributors. Here's how birds help with the task.
Scientists well on their way to perfecting solar and wind energy use.
Greenland, Antarctica, and Alaska are all suffering due to climate change.
Capturing asphalt's heat for power.
A rare Jewish sun prayer, recited once every 28 years, inspired a legendary rabbi to promote America's solar energy independence.
Catch up with this list of best bets from March 29-April 4.
Voltree Power's wireless sensor network taps into electricity generated naturally by trees.
Fifty years ago, world powers made an environmental deal. And stuck to it.
Video: Get green tips from Colbie Caillat & Christian Kane.
A new breed of financial wheeler-dealers.
Learn what is green in the stimulus package.
Check out Bill's take on all things environmental.
Though it’s true that clean tech investments are taking a plunge in light of the economic crisis, environmentalists shouldn’t fret just yet.
OK, I admit. Maybe there's no such thing as climate change. Maybe it's all a hoax. Maybe.
First commercial hydrogen fuel cell for the home has gone into its final testing phase and will be available in Japan the spring 2009.
A new Gallup poll shows more Americans are concerned about the economy than the environment. Peter Dykstra parses the details.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.