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No more escargot? An invasive worm from New Guinea, known to have an insatiable appetite for snails, is invading Europe.
Sometimes, the big guns in Congress aim to keep stuff 'away' from their states. Senator Harry Reid and the tale of Yucca Mountain is a prime example.
Video: Learn about ecoartspace and how that organization addresses environmental issues through the visual arts.
Video: See where hundreds of bald eagles are flocking along the Mississippi River.
Video: Are ivory-billed woodpeckers back from extinction?
How an annual climate deniers' conference in New York reminds me of Jim Carrey in 'Dumb and Dumber'.
Washington welcomes thousands of eco-minded student activists to Power Shift 2009.
Catch up on the headlines for the week of March 1 with our handy list of editors' picks.
The story of nature lover Dan Smiley, and a problem partially solved.
Recession? What recession? Step right up as the coal industry is loading up on lobbyists.
Video: Listen to Chuck Norris' green tip...or else.
Officials, residents use backhoes, stretchers and sheer might to move pilot whales, bottlenose dolphins back to sea.
Video: Visit Garrison, N.Y., an environmentally friendly community just an hour north of New York City.
Need to catch up? Here's our compilation of the week's best stories for Feb. 22-28.
The U.S. and China are forming an uneasy alliance as the world warms and a U.N. climate conference looms.
Dean of Yale's School of Forestry suggests cutting back, not buying in to 'green chic'. An MNN interview.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.