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Wed, Aug 20, 2014 2:39 PM
Without exposure to sunlight, the tiny organisms rely on minerals in the subglacial water and lake muck for the energy they need to survive.
As Obama plans for an energy makeover, his Department of Energy is still focused on nuclear weapons.
Video: Chuck talks about being a tree farmer.
A freshwater lake the size of the state of West Virginia has practically disappeared. The lessons that the Aral Sea may hold for U.S. waterways.
Obama's energy pick says he'll focus on climate change and achieving greater energy independence.
More than 25 percent of wild mammals are now going extinct. Here are five things you can do to help.
Coyotes in the Bronx, deer near the Capitol, mountain lions by the pool — wildlife returns to check out the old neighborhood.
A former Californian ponders our desire to live dangerously near the sea.
Despite a scientific torrent of data on global warming, the denial industry is alive and well -- living in a cooler, happier parallel universe.
Is a kinder, gentler Exxon/Mobil — with Rex Tillerson at its helm — really changing its stripes?
Was China's cleanup the beginning of something real, or just another Olympic event?
Our new president will ride in style in an armored '09 Cadillac -- but it won't be a hybrid.
Resolve to be greener by reading the year's best environmental books.
Will Obama’s green cabinet give birth to the next spotted owl?
How toxic chemicals are turning male frogs into females.
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