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Fri, Oct 31, 2014 10:19 AM
An aluminum shard that may've come from a window patch on Earhart's aircraft has prompted the renewed interest in the lost pilot.
As history has shown us, environmental regulations often help the economy, not hurt it. Why can't corporations learn from the past?
Catch up on the environmental headlines from the week of July 19-25.
Lobbying organization that funded global warming denial campaign produces misleading ads about Obama’s health care plan.
As the seas of controversy - and climate change - rise around her, Sarah Palin spends her time Tweeting about oil and the ANWR.
David Grounds is recovering from injuries after he pried his dog from the jaws of a 7-foot alligator.
Scott Adams, creator of the cartoon Dilbert, calls on readers to help create a hypothetical city where less is more.
South Pacific island sets ambitious goal to harness sun for more than just tourism.
Statistician and writer Nate Silver of FiveThirtyEight.com calls out climate skeptics over exaggerations of cool summer temperatures.
Preparations are underway in India, China and Japan for viewing tomorrow's solar eclipse.
U.S. particulate pollution isn't the deadly threat it once was, but the dangerously tiny specks still often plague big cities as well as rural wilderness.
Vast manmade lake in the middle of the desert destined for failure despite grand ambitions of the country's government, experts say.
Altosid, a pesticide used to control mosquito populations, may be killing off lobster larvae.
We won’t be able to close the energy gap, solar expert says.
Appreciate them before their gone.
Maybe carbon offsetting isn't as fool-proofed as many businesses would like people to believe.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.