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Thu, Oct 30, 2014 1:00 PM
As waves roll into shore, the edges are often foamy -- sometimes so much so that foam blows off the water and down the beach. Here's why it happens.
New findings show manure burns cleaner than traditional fuels, more intense hurricanes are predicted, a housing trend could cut carbon emissions and more.
Failure to act on climate change leaves us vulnerable to attack, says new report.
MSNBC's Chris Matthews speaks with Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-California) about why he doesn't believe in climate change.
Jon Stewart interviews Lisa P. Jackson, the head of the Environmental Protection Agency.
One researcher predicts they'll be the only place to live once climate change really takes its toll.
EPA Administrator answers burning questions about zombie vampires in the EPA offices and taxes on breathing
Republican congressman Barton's 'clean energy' proposal is the same old dirty game.
The map of the city makes radiation data much more easily available to consumers – which is key to figuring out the payback time on a system.
The permits allow the company to spend up to three years gathering data for a license application to pursue its proposed hydrokinetic power plant.
Global warming or climate change? Sean Combs or Puff Daddy? Do name changes really mean anything?
Video: Zoos and aquariums are trying to raise awareness about endangered amphibian populations.
Video: See how easy it is to plant a tree.
Peter Dykstra exposes five environmental ideas that are not all they're cracked up to be. Plus: The best environmental ad of all time
Solar cells that rely on photosensitive dyes to collect energy are beginning to show an energy-conversion efficiency of 10 percent in full sunlight.
Mexico was joined by the United States and Canada to pool resources to try to keep the rare porpoise from extinction.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.