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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.
Electric assist is the coolest thing to happen to bicycles since they added the second wheel.
A new apartment complex in downtown Seattle offers 90-square-foot pads of cheap city living.
Lobbying organization that funded global warming denial campaign produces misleading ads about Obama’s health care plan.
The World According to Monsanto delves into one of the largest chemical companies in history, regarded by many as one of the world's great corporate villains.
The language of environmentalism is important-- what's the difference between "green" and "greener"?
As the seas of controversy - and climate change - rise around her, Sarah Palin spends her time Tweeting about oil and the ANWR.
David Grounds is recovering from injuries after he pried his dog from the jaws of a 7-foot alligator.
An ambitious project to create a marine habitat out of retired subway cars is canceled after most of the cars fall apart.
Scott Adams, creator of the cartoon Dilbert, calls on readers to help create a hypothetical city where less is more.
Before interviewing Energy Secretary Steven Chu, The Daily Show host Jon Stewart fell asleep talking about the Markey-Waxman energy bill.
South Pacific island sets ambitious goal to harness sun for more than just tourism.
The latest new hotness in greener restaurants is sharing space.
Statistician and writer Nate Silver of FiveThirtyEight.com calls out climate skeptics over exaggerations of cool summer temperatures.
Preparations are underway in India, China and Japan for viewing tomorrow's solar eclipse.
The Summer of Social Good harnesses the power of social media to raise funds and awareness for charity and wants to know what you do to make the world a cleaner place.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.