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Wed, Mar 12, 2014 3:08 PM
The IAU's statement flies in the face of space-funding company Uwingu's plan to create a 'people's map' of Mars by selling craters for people to name.
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.
Twelve species, including the Alabama sturgeon, are likely to become extinct.
An experience with a rare, two-toned lobster in Rhode Island.
Environmentalists in Montana are fighting over coal-fired power plants.
More updates on Obama's green stimulus ideas.
The Great Hunt of the late 1800s nearly drove bison to extinction. Now, a new kind of hunt may be the only way to save them.
Indiana is actually upping energy use during DST, as opposed to reducing.
Energy expert Randy Swisher says that wind energy is poised to explode as long as federal tax incentives don’t disappear.
Experts weigh in on what needs to be done right now.
Scientists are testing animal fur to track pollutants in the environment.
The population of an American icon is at levels some scientists are calling unsustainable, thanks to the federal government and the beef industry.
Scientists are racing to discover what killed thousands of bats in Connecticut and other states.
A local fair highlights the state’s future in wind farms.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.