Learn about animals, weather and natural disasters, alternative energy, environmental politics and space.
Wed, Jul 09, 2014 2:03 PM
With stingers that are harmless to humans, stingless bees could be the pollinators that save the day.
By studying the amount of energy penguins spend hunting, scientists get clues about the effects of over-fishing.
Do carbon offsets companies deliver what they promise?
The subtropical swamp fights for survival in an environmental quagmire.
A novel depicts one town's struggle after we deplete our petroleum reserves.
This diary of a research team tracking dwindling herds in northwest Russia documents the devastating effects of global warming.
Bird watching catches on in the urban jungle.
Closing your curtains will keep nosy neighbors out and your electric bill low.
Rechargeable batteries that last for thousands of charges.
A conservation program succeeds by embracing trial and error.
Natural disaster scorches 23 square miles and forces thousands to evacuate.
Planting indigenous plants can help stop the decrease of migratory bird populations.
Real recycled products come from post-consumer waste.
This Danish electric car-charging network will involve thousands of charging stations built in parking lots and near homes by 2011.
Laws enable fashion to profit from threatened species.
Bill Stanley says The Nature Conservancy aims to make climate change a local concern.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.