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Sun, Oct 19, 2014 1:12 PM
If you know what to look for, you can forage for vegetation that will calm a fever, freshen your breath or make a lovely cup of tea.
As Congress battles over cap-and-trade, many Americans are still unsure what the bill would do. Here's a Q&A to clear the air.
President Obama asks Congress to support his energy bill, turning the country toward clean and renewable sources of energy.
Solar energy developers are finding ways to make solar panels blend in with their surroundings for improved aesthetic appeal.
Uranium farms on the seabed could help end the country's reliance on imports for its nuclear power stations.
NASA photos reveal 25 years of explosive growth, but it comes at a price.
Corporations will work together to identify projects that could reduce millions of tons of CO2 emissions.
Energy legislation will create new industries, millions of jobs.
Bylaw requires some new developments to devote almost 60% of roof space to vegetation.
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.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.