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Mon, Jul 28, 2014 10:39 AM
The capsule's design allows for long-term autonomous operations without input from ground controllers, but engineers are still attempting to reestablish contact.
Saving energy and money by using the power strip you already have smartly.
Maldives citizens may relocate if sea levels rise.
Climate change skeptics continue to muddy global warming debate.
It's believed sonar is so loud that mammals beach themselves in an attempt to get away from the noise, an extreme tactic that usually results in death.
Insulation, adjusting thermometers and turning on ceiling fans can help lower energy bills in the winter season.
Investing in hemp lightens your environmental footprint, and supports a truly sustainable industry.
The "rockets' red glare" and the "bombs bursting in air" are now in our blood thanks to the EPA.
Trees benefit us in even more ways than you knew.
You've turned off the water during teeth-brushing and forgone bottled water (hopefully). What else can you do?
A few tips for greening your disaster kit; prep for hurricanes and other catastrophes.
The US government hopes to attempt it, with new technology and new funding.
Ecuador gives nature legal rights.
Capturing wasted energy could cut CO2 by 20%.
Solar panel stealers pillage the West Coast.
Or is it all sensationalism?
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.