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Fri, Dec 06, 2013 5:10 PM
From surreal icy landscapes to a dog getting hit in the face with a snowball, these pictures will remind you of the joy of winter weather.
New York City is starting to crack down on businesses that run the AC with open doors on hot days, in a bid to cut down on energy demand during peak hours. Could the city be doing more?
Former Green Independent gubernatorial candidate Jonathan Carter is opposing a proposed wind farm in northwestern Maine that just so happens to be in his backyard. NIMBYism at its best.
Catch up on the environmental headlines from the week of July 4-10.
Ashley Judd wants you to take a stand against a destructive coal mining practice that is transforming the Appalachians.
Louisiana recipients have received the bulk of the payout thus far, but the latest round of checks from BP to Gulf fishermen are late.
Will Congress study for its final exam, or will it revert to be bad habits and hope for best?
All three judges in the 2-1 ruling against the Obama administration have past ties to the oil industry.
The flickering lights over our northern and southern-most skies at times seem like a mystical offering.
Chanie Kirschner wants you to turn off that TV, turn out the lights and watch that thermostat.
The octopus oracle has yet to predict a match incorrectly, and this is his biggest prediction yet for the soccer championship.
The island has become overdeveloped, and its famous beach is now choked by sewage and too many bars.
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar has said he will soon issue a new order to block deepwater drilling regardless of how the court ruled.
If the bird's many believers are right, Holland will win its first World Cup championship Sunday.
The 100,000 Bushmen reside in villages, but they still live close to nature.
Margay's behavior displays psychological cunning that would make any bad guy proud.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.