The Pacific Northwest has high flood pressure, global warming to overcook tropical crops, EPA mulls how much rocket fuel is too much to drink, the IEA fights renewables, and alternative currencies make a comeback.
Obama ruffles Exxon Mobil CEO, radioactive leaks ruffle Vermont, why global warming might be healing the Southwest, why pollution might be behind the autism epidemic, why spookfish have mirror eyes, and more.
Going Back to the Future with a trash-powered engine, a prominent oceanographer buries his head in the sand, Jay Leno hawks a mag-lev wind turbine, Motorola phones in its eco-friendliness, and lightning strikes a sunset.
A coal front moves into China, California's pelican grief worsens, Bush lets Obama take the wheel on fuel efficiency, light pollution sends animals mixed signals, and the New Jersey dolphins are dying off.
Six power plants die on the vine, Toyota denies solar-car plans, 10 extinct species that could be resurrected, how to green your blog, how to eat squirrel, and how sixth-century comets nearly wiped out life on Earth.
Why Tennessee's coal-ash flood could be just the beginning, why the end could be near for McMansions, why Rio is walling off a rainforest, why Japan wants Australia to stop whaling activists, and why scientists are building car parts from coconuts.