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A recent study finds that industrialized fishing is mostly to blame for the shocking population collapse.
Being eco-minded on Earth Day is like being merry on Christmas. It's to be expected. But here are seven things you can actually do to wake you from your eco-slumber.
Trees benefit us in more than just the ways that you already knew.
And other tales of nuisance species.
Catch up on the best stories from the week of April 12-18.
With more people and more droughts, saving water has never been more important -- or easier.
MNN rounds up some of the Web's most useful tools for shrinking your footprint. Get your counting fingers ready.
Step right up and watch how the government is misspending your tax dollars on the environment.
An experience with a rare, two-toned lobster.
Catch up on environmental headlines for the week of April 5-11.
Reading the tea leaves and every other kind of leaf, for signs of climate change.
Despite being phased out of many products, mercury still lurks in our homes.
The sight of an idling car, heat-trapping carbon dioxide spewing from its tailpipe, would send me into an hours-long panic, complete with shaking, the sweats, and staring off into space while others conversed around me.
Humanity is often at its worst and wackiest in our search for water. Peter Dykstra on a free-flowing font of bad ideas.
A rare Jewish sun prayer, recited once every 28 years, inspired a legendary rabbi to promote America's solar energy independence.
Catch up with this list of best bets from March 29-April 4.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.