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Sat, Dec 07, 2013 8:15 AM
Redditors go beyond ligers and zonkeys in the surreal /HybridAnimals thread.
Video: Wild elephants in India are still captured and trained for working in state forests.
Do nations who have enjoyed the economic benefits of centuries of polluting owe a debt to now-developing countries they're asking to grow greener?
National Wildlife Federation promotes reforestation in Southeast and calls the tree 'one of the most climate-smart investments we can make.'
How protecting wildlife crosses political boundaries in New Jersey.
Video: Former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin finds herself in a war of words with Al Gore.
Are ex-KGB hackers behind "Climategate"? What's the latest drama in Copenhagen? Can a regular, affordable home really produce more power than it uses?
Manufacturing powerhouse unleashes a high-profile public relations campaign to clean up its sullied image.
In an interview with the Daily Beast's Lloyd Grove, Gore unloads on the fear and doubt mongers trying to delay taking action on global warming.
Marine Mammal Program trains and employs sea lions and other animals for military duty.
Lions and tigers and bears, oh my! Unusual animal trio lives in harmony at Georgia animal rescue center.
Newest batch of sentries, which will include sea lions, will earn a salary of fresh fish.
A few hacked e-mails does not overturn the mountain of science behind global warming, and if you think otherwise you're either coldly disingenuous or informationally deficient.
It's almost inescapable, and while the FDA says bisphenol-A is safe at normal levels, a growing body of research has begun to suggest otherwise.
New review on carnivorous flora suggests that a number of plants previously thought innocent may actually be murderous.
City’s tough conservation efforts have reduced water consumption by almost 20 percent.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.