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Thu, Apr 24, 2014 12:09 PM
The researchers stumbled onto the find as they were originally looking for hydrothermal vents at the bottom of the Southern Ocean.
Was China's cleanup the beginning of something real, or just another Olympic event?
Our new president will ride in style in an armored '09 Cadillac -- but it won't be a hybrid.
Resolve to be greener by reading the year's best environmental books.
Will Obama’s green cabinet give birth to the next spotted owl?
How toxic chemicals are turning male frogs into females.
A new president is just the beginning of what could be a very eco-friendly year.
Gas prices dominated the headlines in 2008. They spiked at more than $4 in July and plummeted in December. Watch how the prices rose and fell over the last 10 years.
Audubon Society's annual count is the country's longest-running wildlife census and a great way to determine the health of bird populations nationwide.
Clark Howard offers more money saving tips on weather stripping and light bulbs.
Clark shares money-saving tips on insulation and innovative energy devices.
Learn how a home energy audit can save big money in monthly energy bills.
A tax that's good for us all.
Pine bark beetles are killing millions of acres of pine trees throughout the American West.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.