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Tue, Jul 22, 2014 1:00 PM
This red fox knows how to simply sit and enjoy the scenery at one of the most beautiful national parks in Alaska.
Catch up on the environmental headlines from the week of May 31-June 6.
A swarm of bees had to be removed from the wing of a plane with a special vaccum.
The Dept of Energy estimates 75 percent of electronics energy consumption occurs while those devices are off, but new products can monitor usage.
Mother Nature Network's going green man on the street reporter heads to Times Square to test people's environmental IQ.
Watch visitors of Times Square as they try to pass Jonathan Kesselman's environmental quiz.
Zegna Sport’s solar jacket is lightweight, waterproof and the solar cells on your neoprene collar feed a rechargeable battery that works with a range of adapters.
Some question whether such intensive use of resources is really a smart idea.
Residents of some Western states are considered water thieves if they install rain catchment systems.
Iceland is carving a niche in the hydrogen fuel market with a new program called Sustainable Marine and Road Transport–Hydrogen.
Oil giant claims ‘no viable alternatives’ will emerge in the next century.
"Global warming" or "climate change" — pick your poison.
The current VP and his predecessor have very different environmental records. See how they stack up.
Tom Brokaw chats with Green for All CEO, about her plan to convince Congress to pass the American Clean Energy and Security Act of 2009.
Muddy water may hold the key to producing clean energy.
Spring has been warmer and has arrived earlier in the last 30 to 50 years.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.