Learn about animals, weather and natural disasters, alternative energy, environmental politics and space.
Wed, Dec 04, 2013 6:02 PM
They're loud, they're destructive and they have absolutely no qualms about defecating or having sex on your front lawn at 6 am. Ladies and gentlemen, meet the feral turkeys of Staten Island.
Surfers may seem like free-spirited nature lovers, but they’re now facing the consequences of their sport’s negative environmental impact.
Shocking news about the bison's heritage is spurring a new kind of threat to the species.
One wilderness-loving hunter makes the case for when, how, and why to hunt.
China made vague promises about its commitment to greening the Games.
Poverty and tribal hunting threaten the Philippines, a top biodiversity hotspot.
Are you a green minded Twitterer? Leave your Twitter handle here in comments and follow everyone else doing the same. It's time to connect all the green Tweople!
In a case of 'Do as I do, not as I say,' Rupert Murdoch is taking bold steps to help solve a problem while telling the world it doesn’t exist.
Catch up on the best stories from the week of April 19-25.
There's a wealth of environmental knowledge floating around on Twitter, 140 characters at a time. Here are a few good green folks to follow.
Former VP calls climate change the most important issue ever before Congress.
In a world without people, nature repossesses 18 holes.
Concern is growing for 'mega fish' populations.
Downpours may be the next source of renewable energy.
By studying the amount of energy penguins spend hunting, scientists get clues about the effects of over-fishing.
Do carbon offsets companies deliver what they promise?
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.