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Mon, Mar 10, 2014 1:44 PM
The crewmembers' return to Earth begins a busy week of comings and goings at the International Space Station.
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.
And other tales of nuisance species.
Burying carbon dioxide might be the best way to keep it out of the atmosphere.
Is saving the Amur leopard a losing battle?
A trillion-dollar market could be created as early as 2009 if the US decides to regulate greenhouse gas emissions.
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.
A research project uses tourism dollars to fund research on Morelet’s crocodiles.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.