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Mon, Dec 09, 2013 2:52 PM
If the lake supported life, scientists think that it was likely similar to extremophiles found on Earth that thrive in caves and hydrothermal vents.
Man and dog became the best of buds roughly 16,000 years ago.
As the European appetite grows for frog meat, Asian species may be eaten into extinction.
Verizon is sponsoring a pro-dirty energy rally, California is on fire, and a huge new venture capital fund targets green tech.
Activists on the scene report that the annual dolphin killings, set to begin on Sept. 1, have not yet begun.
Washington, D.C., is opening up a new bike shelter outside Union Station, a small step in a long race in which we're lagging far behind.
The 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck off the main island of Java.
Only 54 of our nation's 1,000 largest corporations have people at the top keeping an eye on the green bottom line.
Many residents choose to hunker down and ride out the storm despite warnings of 155 mph winds and as much as 15 inches of rain.
A new book about William Kamkwamba and his homemade wind turbines just hit Amazon's Best Books of the Month list.
Most Americans live in urban areas, forming huge hot spots of energy consumption. But while rural residents use less energy overall, cities are often slicker about it.
Alabama county’s decision to store coal ash from the Tennessee spill fills coffers, but also spurs worries about consequences.
American Apparel is turning waste into revenue by selling bags of fabric scraps from their production line.
A grandmother of three walks 1,200 miles to call attention to climate change and attracts a few followers along the way.
Meredith Viera talks to U.S. Forest Service Chief Mike Dietrich about the massive wildfire in California that is threatening thousands of homes.
At the Edge of the World documents the work of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, a group of activists who aren't afraid to get physical while battling Japanese whalers.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.