Learn about animals, weather and natural disasters, alternative energy, environmental politics and space.
Sun, Jul 27, 2014 1:00 PM
They may be small, but they make a big impact on forest flora.
How many gallons of water do you think are used daily in an American home?
The International Dark Sky Association works with cities to curb light pollution.
Today's left-leaning activists don't look like yesterday's -- and that's OK.
Would you give up your backyard and move to the 80th floor to save the planet?
Georgia Tech study shows that that the famous black and white animals can distinguish colors.
When can you see the Aurora Borealis?
Scientists pinpoint the cause of lead poisoning in condors.
Mini horses are the ideal guide animal, according to the Guide Horse Foundation.
Will the silicon shortage stunt the solar industry's growth?
Three new technologies are making wave power attractive, both to private investors and government-run utilities.
While many fish are seeing a decline in population, jellyfish are seeing a unprecedented spark in growth.
A NASA study says the concrete jungle traps heat, meaning temperatures get up to 10 degrees (Fahrenheit) higher than in leafier areas.
Will Central Florida's Hoover Dike protect local residents in a hurricane -- or will the region become the next New Orleans?
A veteran enviro reporter explains why declining water reserves in eight states affect life across the U.S.
Laurie David is wanted for spreading the dangerous and unproven myth of 'global warming' and inducing mass hysteria among innocent civilians.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.