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Fri, Dec 20, 2013 3:51 PM
The key to humanity's survival will be a shift to global outlook on humans' role in the Earth's fate.
The University of Connecticut is barring a 13-year-old genius biology student from studying overseas because of his age. But Colin Carlson is not backing down and is suing for age discrimination.
New software uploaded into Opportunity allows rover to make its own decisions.
More than 1,000 workers will study the environmental effects of energy production.
A photographer shoots video in abandoned coal country, scientists find BPA throughout the entire ocean, and have you heard of the Yike Bike?
Photo gallery: Satisfy your inner photographer, historian and biologist at Wyoming's national parks.
Super bug! After months of scientific testing, the world's strongest insect is revealed to be a species of horned dung beetle.
Award-winning director of Avatar doesn't pull any punches when asked what he thinks of Glenn Beck of Fox News.
Video: After being on the loose for months, a rhesus macaque monkey continues to evade capture in the Tampa Bay area. NBC's Kerry Sanders reports.
How did this green blogger and eco-entrepreneur find his way to the green side of life?
No one knows how these Hawaiian caterpillars are able to breathe underwater, since they don't have gills and don't hold their breath.
Police are called when an overeager bread owner dumps truckloads of baked goods on the banks of the White River.
Marine life collectors are confident their work is sustainable. Some scientists aren't so sure.
A town council in Lancashire, England, orders a utility company to cut down nearly 30 acres of trees to stop people from having sex in the woods.
Help a school win a $150,000 hybrid electric school bus and a visit from a LEED certified efficiency auditor in the America's Greenest School contest.
Video: David Mizejewski of the National Wildlife Federation shows off amazing creatures from around the world.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.