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Wed, Dec 04, 2013 1:30 PM
The discovery marks the first time scientists have measured and compared profiles of water in atmospheres in detail across multiple alien worlds.
The tiny, burrowing rodents can relay a large amount of information in a seemingly simple bark.
Procedure involves cutting dog's vocal cords to silence excessive barking.
New York City health board urged to overturn honey bee ban at public hearing.
The snowpack that wolverines depend on for food is declining, according to new research.
Video: President Obama and Vice President Biden speak to a bipartisan group of governors about building a clean energy economy.
Video: A Texas woman helps animals become acting and modeling stars. KXAS-TV's Deborah Ferguson reports.
Adventurer Doug Gunzelmann set out to bike across the Amazon jungle to see the destruction firsthand.
Climate change and carbon dioxide aren't problems to be fixed; they're symptoms pointing us to the problems. Luckily, those problems aren't that difficult to fix.
Environmentalists come in all kinds of lovable varieties. But what really matters is who's the best?
Historic island where Nelson Mandela spent most of his imprisonment is being torn apart by rabbits. The solution? Marksmen with .22-caliber rifles.
Two nesting albatrosses successfully incubate and hatch a chick they are raising.
Organizers bring snow to Cypress Mountain from 90 miles away to offset an untimely warming trend.
Simple wooden structures called rice field trunks do a better job of controlling tidal flooding in Low Country rice fields than more modern technology.
What does a green dog do? Check out the contestants. Enter your dog now!
The green blogosphere is rallying around to help out our friend Derek Markham, a green blogger with a broken ankle and no health insurance. Can you help?
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.