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Tue, Dec 10, 2013 12:24 PM
The ban is ostensibly about promoting frugality, not protecting endangered sharks, but environmentalists say it may still help erode the controversial dish's popularity.
#EcoMonday, the latest green meme bouncing around Twitter and brainchild of Max Gladwell, got a start here at MNN.
There is one pig in Afghanistan living in the Kabul Zoo. His life just got even more closed off after he was shut away in the face of swine flu fears.
For over 18,000 years, the Chacaltaya Glacier perched high in the Bolivian Andes. Twenty years ago it started melting. Today it's gone.
Catch up on the environmental headlines from the week of May 3-9.
Wildfires spread for miles, endangering the "entire community" of Santa Barbara, firefighters say.
Here's one way to reduce landfill waste -- burn trash and turn it into energy.
Overfishing of predatory sharks is taking a toll on shellfish populations.
The eco-villains: Meet eight guys who have worked hard to make the Earth a lousier place to live.
HSL promises a brighter, less energy-hungry future.
But is the Pentagon really going green, or just trying to save money?
Abnormalities are found in Chernobyl's wildlife 22 years after meltdown.
Animals that made the 2007 list were both threatened and 'evolutionarily distinct.'
Fueled by high temperatures and high winds, flames engulf Santa Barbara and drive more than 13,000 people from their homes.
Prince Charles tapped his very deep Rolodex to bring together some of the world's biggest stars to remind us that we still need to save the rain forests.
MNN's fast-growing library of videos will get a new edition to the family next week with the launch of 'On the streets with Jonathan Kesselman.'
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.