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Sat, Dec 07, 2013 8:15 AM
Redditors go beyond ligers and zonkeys in the surreal /HybridAnimals thread.
A random musing on the disparity between how different people around the world live and what it means to change.
Hemp bricks, wood bikes, solar oil fields, rubles for clunkers, Whole Foods take a hit, and surprise, surprise-- a Republican governor abandons his support of fighting global warming.
A seabird restoration project removes invasive rats that had preyed on bird eggs and chicks, creating an opportunity for growth.
Video: Chuck talks trees, carbon audits and clean air with baseball legend Ryan Klesko on his tree farm.
The warmest global seawater on record is offering a feast for hurricanes this summer, but aside from Bill, the Atlantic Basin has been conspicuously quiet.
The American Petroleum Institute is shocked that the Waxman-Markey climate change bill will reduce U.S. oil refining capacity.
BirdLife International has launched an unprecedented search for 47 bird species which haven't been seen for up to 184 years.
Week-long event will feature special events throughout the city.
Reporter Deborah Feyerick's story on the economy got a little strange when she was asked to assist in the field birth of a dairy cow.
Spanish ribbed newt pierces its skin with its own ribs to protect against predators.
Both the EPA and West Virginia's Department of Environmental Protection were recently caught with their hand in big industry's cookie jar.
Let's apply the great American traditions of propaganda and intimidation to the climate change debate.
Catch up on the environmental headlines from the week of Aug. 16-22.
About 100 people dropped to the ground at Utah’s Gallivan Center as a banner was unfurled that read ‘Climate Change Kills’.
Scientists have discovered the downside to plastics breaking down faster in the ocean -- the toxic chemicals they leave behind.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.