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Tue, Dec 17, 2013 11:39 PM
No more drilling? Being able to transform algae into crude oil could revolutionize how we fuel up our vehicles.
Italians currently lead the world in smart grid technology.
The U.N. is meeting to discuss the problem of Asian and Middle Eastern countries buying up massive swaths of African farmland.
It's green week at NBC and Dwight Shrute does not disappoint by transforming into the fearsome green fighting machine Recyclops.
Video: MNN sits down with wildlife biologist and animal expert Jeff Corwin to talk about how climate change is wiping out animal species.
Your money may not actually support green energy.
Climate Count rates big businesses on how active they are in fighting against global warming. Which businesses made big moves in 2009?
The Yes Men movie follows the activist pranksters as they travel the world posing as officials from the World Trade Organization. Watch it here on MNN.
MNN readers have been speaking out about what they hope world leaders will accomplish in Copenhagen. Here's a sampling of what they have to say.
Through genetic modification, males that shoot blanks could substantially reduce populations, cut infection rates.
Darling International hopes to convert animal byproducts into renewable energy.
Was the Amazon rain forest created by humans? What does the average American CO2 footprint really look like? Shouldn't we care more about plastic?
Video: Missy, who could be the world's most perfect cow, was sold for $1.2 million at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair.
An unprecedented 300-page atlas of the Patagonian Sea has been 'written' by the marine animals that live there -- with the help of fitted GPS collars.
National Geographer photographer Brian Lam caught some amazing behavior on camera when a leopard seal tried to show him how to catch penguins.
Evolution caught in the act? An isolated population of finches have odd-shaped beaks, sing differently, and don't breed with others.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.