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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.
Some awesome guest bloggers stepped in and helped me out this week with some great posts. (I've been moving.) Check out their blogs and Twitterstreams.
Sea turtles thrive on African beaches
According to a Gallup poll, water pollution is the top environmental concern among U.S. citizens. What are we doing about it?
Satellite images show massive deforestation in the Gishwati Forest between 1986 and 2001.
Catch up on the environmental headlines from the week of June 7-13.
These seven bicycling, recycling, tree-planting mayors have made a national name for themselves by painting the town green.
How we determine our top 10 states
Pollution is blown in the wind from the point of origin to the Arctic, falling in the form of rain and snow.
Are clean soil, air and water considered basic human rights? More people are starting to think so.
Texas officials are creating a standoff against the Obama administration in the fight to curb global warming.
Seventh annual race on the Chattahoochee is free and open to the whole family.
The Department of Energy is hard at work making the U.S. energy efficient. Unfortunately, it failed its own energy audit.
Giant jellyfish weighing up to 440 pounds are taking over areas of the world’s oceans thanks to overfishing.
For those of us who prefer pretty pictures to text, NASA's Climate Time Machine brings a visual component to the science of climate change.
Palm oil production is lucrative, but selling carbon credits could replace that income and protect endangered orangutans.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.