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Sat, Jul 12, 2014 1:00 PM
They're known for their silence-shattering howls. Here's the reason behind such loud vocalizations.
A major oil-producing country builds the world's first ecopolis.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and other volunteers are trying to inoculate ferrets in South Dakota.
Conservative thinker is branded a closet liberal based on the food he eats.
An historic presidential election, a financial crisis, a deteriorating planet ... all that and more makes for one eventful year.
From cities and airplanes to sculpture and art, some of the coolest-looking applications using solar energy.
North Dakota farmers take on the nation's top drug authority to legalize hemp production.
Plenty Magazine recognizes 20 businesses, 20 people and 10 ideas that will change our world.
Democrats looking forward to Obama's environmental commitment.
Two structures will have the potential to revolutionize our understanding of emissions.
Birds that navigate vast distances, such as loons in New Hampshire, are especially vulnerable to climate change.
Is the U.S. military going green, or just trying to save money? Judge for yourself with these examples from Fort Bragg and elsewhere in the nation.
Maryland is among states resistant to new, alternative energy options.
New technology uses hormones to enable the endangered fish to breed in captivity.
A coalition of activists helps stall energy development in Montana.
Plenty Magazine recognizes 20 businesses, 20 people, and 10 ideas that will change our world.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.