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No more escargot? An invasive worm from New Guinea, known to have an insatiable appetite for snails, is invading Europe.
Florida scrambles to secure funding while U.S. Sugar Corp. considers other bids for prized land.
Court asks for better explanation of how the Bush administration's air quality limit protects public health.
We can’t drill our way out of energy problems. We can’t buy our way out with carbon offsets, either. A math lesson from NASCAR.
Video: Learn about the major environmental impact from mountaintop removal mining operations.
Video: New research shows how fragments of lead rifle bullets are poisoning eagles, bears and other wildlife.
Video: Learn how some of world's most endangered parrots being saved from extinction.
Video: See how smart growth and conservation easements play a role in preserving the land of the Hudson River Valley.
Video: Learn about Scenic Hudson, a land preservation organization and environmental advocacy group.
Over the years, for multiple presidents from both parties, the State of the Union address serves as a mini-telethon of good intentions and unfulfilled promises.
President Obama's choice for Department of Energy signals commitment to environmental issues
Video: Research shows how entangling fishing gear and trash cause devastating consequences for Steller sea lions.
Some say evolving bugs and lax oversight are making salmonella even more dangerous.
Need to catch up? Here's a round-up of our best stories for the week beginning Feb. 15.
You release greenhouse gases as a result of using energy to drive, using electricity to light and heat your home, and through other activities that support our quality of life like growing food, raising livestock and throwing away garbage.
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