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Thu, Dec 19, 2013 5:58 PM
A British Columbia homeowner comes home to a big, furry surprise.
Fossil fuel use has dropped dramatically since 2007 as we burn less coal and waste less electricity.
Legislators in California will vote to set maximum energy-consumption standards for televisions, possibly becoming the first state to ban inefficient televisions.
Seven year old Kylie Bruehler was made an orphan when a truck driver accidentally swerved and killed her bicycle riding parents. With proper bike lanes, it would have never happened.
I'm joining thousands of bloggers around the web today in writing about climate change.
Rabbits are terrorizing the public parks of Stockholm, so Swedish officials have decided to kill them and burn them as fuel.
This Halloween season, consider celebrating with a unique outdoor experience. (Then go to that haunted house.)
After admitting that their older bottle liners contain BPA, SIGG is being accused of shady marketing practices.
Southern Company may switch to cleaner, greener natural gas as the commodity becomes more economical than coal.
Coal waste is nuclear, tea baggers don't like climate change politics, and small hydro power rocks.
Federal regulators are cracking down on everything from consumer products to workplace violations.
The Fun Theory posits that people are more likely to change their behavior if the change is fun. How can we use that in the environmental movement?
One positive outcome of the dust storm that covered Sydney several weeks ago was an explosion in microscopic life within Sydney Harbor and beyond.
Coal-burning power plants are cleaning up the air, but it's at the expense of the nation’s waterways.
B. kiplingi is the world’s only known vegetarian spider, eating a diet that consists almost entirely of solid plant matter.
A funeral home in Eugene, Oregon goes the extra green mile by offering their customers the option of a bike hearse.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.