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Fri, Mar 07, 2014 5:42 PM
No more escargot? An invasive worm from New Guinea, known to have an insatiable appetite for snails, is invading Europe.
Thanks to humans, the once-rampant species is now endangered.
How can we change not only our nation's climate policy but our environmental behaviors, too? The answer might involve primates and shopping.
A family tweets about its energy use -- down to the watt.
Reducing emissions from methane-spewing cows.
The world’s only flying mammals are an all-natural form of pest control.
Rising temperatures affecting tuatara populations.
Nuclear waste from the Cold War stored in temporary tanks 20 years too long.
Ever wonder what started the animal rights movement? The answers might surprise you.
The biggest challenge to managing animal populations with contraceptives may be getting people to agree about it.
Researchers hope to save India's critically endangered Brow-Antlered deer from inbreeding, which could cause harmful genetic defects.
Confessions of a yard sale junkie.
Trees benefit us in more than just the ways that you already knew.
A 1958 film predicted the consequences of global warming long before the IPCC.
New online marketplaces offer everything from home biodiesel processors to reclaimed lumber.
Human population growth in arctic areas negatively impacts polar bears.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.