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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.
Jon Stewart interviews the author of 'Unquenchable: America's Water Crisis and What to Do About It'.
Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack gave his personal approval for a 381-acre clear-cut in America's largest stand of temperate rain forest.
Citizens of Boulder, Colorado, are fighting to deny the pollution permit for a large coal plant located four miles from downtown.
We're halfway to Friday. Read up on coal ash waste, clothes line laws, Alaskan sea blobs and Burning Man.
Time + satellite photography = amazing time-lapse video of how we're changing the world.
State wildlife managers will train trappers to hunt and kill invasive pythons, which have become a deadly problem.
New England-based grocery store chain Hannaford Bros. will open a LEED certified store in Maine.
Veterinarians couldn’t bear to put down a 2-week old gosling with a broken leg, so they chose unprecedented surgery instead.
Long Island beachgoers get something to look at.
Billionaire oilman has greenwashed his reputation enough to write for a notoriously liberal blog despite funding the Swift Boat campaign.
This guest post from Max Gladwell explores some of the ways we can use social media to help charities. It's being posted simultaneously on over 100 blogs today.
Researchers show that fish actually have personalities and react differently in stressful situations.
New Balance is helping me give away three pairs of the new greener 070. It's scavenger hunt time!
Long-running water shortages have plagued the U.S. from California to Carolina in recent years, raising the question -- are droughts getting worse?
Republican representatives who voted for the Waxman-Markey climate bill become targets of attacks from their own party members.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.