Learn about animals, weather and natural disasters, alternative energy, environmental politics and space.
Mon, May 20, 2013 4:50 PM
The U.S. Navy Marine Mammal Program combines technology and biology to train bottlenose dolphins to find sea mines, enemy divers and even artifacts.
How does a family of three (and two cats) get by living in space smaller than a lot of people's walk-in closets?
Why don't we design our streets and roads to keep us safe?
As the Senate takes up the climate bill (maybe), activists need to point Americans away from lies and despair, toward inspiration and opportunity.
Catch up on the environmental headlines from the week of Sept. 27-Oct. 3.
Climate Count helps businesses go greener by holding their feet to the eco-fire. They just released new numbers for companies in Furniture and Large Appliances.
At energy conference, discussions on a potential contaminant.
As access to traditional wood for cremation is restricted, residents of Bihar in India turned to cow dung and found many benefits.
Fox News rodeo clown Glenn Beck thinks "The Story of Stuff" is just downright un-American.
Tokyo governor says that the 2016 Olympics could be the last games, as global warming continues to threaten mankind.
A climate change bill hits the floor of the Senate, the Army is using recycled plastic to get their tanks around, and Nike leaves the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.
Protected areas are more than twice the size of Yellowstone National Park.
You do not talk about Squirrel Fight Club.
Join thousands of bloggers and help get the word out about climate change on Blog Action Day.
Observing how an electric fish manipulates its energy signals may help scientists with things like energy efficiency and human health.
A pet skunk in the U.K. weighs double his ideal weight after years of enjoying an unhealthy diet of bacon sandwiches.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.