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Wed, Sep 17, 2014 3:52 PM
Aggression is a small part of chimps' lives, but it can provide evolutionary insight into human violence.
Scientists combat light pollution in some of the nation's most pristine areas.
Be prepared for a cable news climate bill debate that has nothing to do with the climate bill.
Catch up on the environmental headlines from the week of May 24-30.
Rising temperatures are nudging animals out of hibernation and into peril.
Forty years after a (partly) mythical event involving a river, a fire, and Richard Nixon, it seems we've learned from our past mistakes. For the most part.
Designers and engineers are creating innovative, efficient solutions inspired by nature.
The electric utility has donated nearly $1 million since 2006 to restore and preserve wetlands.
Wheezing your way through the hot months?
Side effects may include coral demise, beach erosion and biodiversity loss.
Former EPA chief Christine Todd Whitman on MSNBC discusses the nuclear industry's potential and the future of U.S. energy production.
One man's quest to document the natural sounds of our planet.
Vanessa gets a chance to ask her own questions ... about the Galapagos Islands.
Company basks in the profitable glow of its energy-efficient technology and lowers its own environmental impact.
But even legalese can't contain promiscuous plants and wily wildlife.
Obama is an agent of change. Or at least he's supposed to be. Peter Dykstra grades six areas of the Obama presidency.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.