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Wed, Dec 18, 2013 4:50 PM
An in-depth study of pikas in Oregon reveals that these round, furry creatures are consuming an astonishing amount of fiber.
Catch up on the environmental headlines from the week of Jan. 3-9.
Getting around town during winter on a bike is just as crazy as putting boards on your feet and sliding down a snowy hill.
Seam of coal formed during Earth’s worst extinction event seems to be responsible for sky-high lung cancer rates in China.
Last month Google filed paperwork to incorporate Google Energy and will begin buying and selling renewable energy on the wholesale market.
What does a green dog do? Check out the contestants. Enter your dog now!
Video: More than a dozen Chihuahuas from San Francisco fly to New York City where the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals will help find them new homes. NBC's Lee Cowen reports.
Cold weather is sweeping across the northern hemisphere, bringing snow and other unusual sights.
This is what scientific consensus looks like -- the vast majority of scientists who spend their lives studying the climate agree that climate change is happening and that it's because of us.
Town of Rhys plans to use trained hawks to scare off the seagulls that have been attacking shoppers.
Video: Lab-raised mussels are released into wild streams with hopes to increase their population.
Video: Author Steven Solomon talks about his new book which explains how water is "overtaking oil as the scarcest natural resource."
Ian Schleifer is on a mission to fully experience the history of science and technology and is starting his quest in the Paleolithic era.
California group gets riled when officials bury a dead sea lion near their volleyball court.
Video: Some loggers and environmentalist discover that working together can solve more problems.
Video: Federal designation of a new wilderness area supported by people with varied interests.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.