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Tue, May 21, 2013 2:44 PM
From lizards to leopard seals, these amazing photos offer a glimpse into the diverse biology of planet Earth.
Watch the extended conversation between Brian Williams and documentary filmmaker Ken Burns about his new national parks documentary.
What should be done when shared resources can no longer provide for everyone?
New York City just built a beautiful bike lane that has more than tripled the number of cyclists using the Manhattan Bridge every day.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has lost a few large members recently over its less-than-green stance on man-made climate change.
Wild turkeys invade suburban New Jersey! Seriously.
Catch up on the environmental headlines from the week of Sept. 20-26.
End your week with a laugh with this funny video of five female bike riders rapping about how great pedal power is.
Researchers studying sperm whales accidentally caught and killed a rare giant squid while trawling in the Gulf of Mexico.
To raise money for and awareness of the global clean water crisis, musician Kenna is climbing the world's highest freestanding mountain with some of his famous friends.
Today is Ecological Debt Day, the time of year when humans begin exploiting resources faster than the planet can regenerate them.
He says that the panda is 'not a strong species', and that we should 'pull the plug' on our conservation efforts.
John Kerry and Barbara Boxer are introducing a climate change bill in the Senate next week, Maine is getting a giant new housing development, and what's the farthest you can get from a McDonald's?
Researchers find that a garlic feed additive could help reduce methane emissions from cows.
Satellite images highlight the problem.
The Daily Show's Assif Mandvi warns us about the dangers the planet poses and asks, what can we do to fight back?
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.