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Wed, Dec 11, 2013 11:14 AM
Certain species deliver more of a wallop in a bite than others even without poisons, and that can lead to hot flashes and severe cramps.
Move over Fashion Week! Climate Week is what's hot this fall in New York City.
The company has been under pressure from Greenpeace and other environmental groups -- now it aims to completely end its reliance on non-sustainable timber.
Less than 0.1 percent of the pelagic ocean is under protection.
Baoding, a small Chinese city not far from Beijing, is turning itself into the Silicon Valley of clean energy.
In one of the wettest places on Earth, bridges aren't built -- they're grown.
A coastal village in western Alaska is experiencing devastating erosion caused by climate change.
The leader of the U.S. Marine Corps has ordered the first ever war zone energy audit in an effort to cut down on the enormous amount of energy being used to fight in Afghanistan.
The difference between 2009 and 2006 -- and respective attempts to create worldwide emissions goals -- may not be so vast. Our intern explains what might be different this time.
Catch up on the environmental headlines from the week of Aug. 9 -15.
Taking a cue from the health care industry, some members of the American Petroleum Institute plan to infiltrate and disturb energy policy town hall meetings.
A rancher in Guatemala is restoring a rainforest, one seedling at a time.
Comedy troupe The Casual Mafia lays down some beats and rhymes about their love for the Toyota Prius to hilarious effect.
The local activist and artist speaks up for the wetlands in his home state
Plastic pollutes and is made using oil. Here's a quick and easy way to take a small bite out of your plastic footprint.
A major concern among those living near the Gulf of Mexico is land loss
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.