Congress mulls if renewable is doable, Ken Salazar may strike midnight regs, Al Gore briefs Senate on climate change, humans help mosquitoes spread disease, and big boats keep environment in ship shape.
Critics fume over emissions cuts, ships still smuggle invaders to U.S. coasts, gribble nibbles into oil dependency, Antarctic warming puts penguins on thin ice, and gorillas hunker down in war-torn Africa.
EPA could make tailpipe dreams a reality, U.S. has Stern warning for greenhouse gases, British hospitals may go meatless, Indian streams full of drugs, and how many Americans does it take to change a light bulb?
Scientists vs. scientists on how to fight global warming, poachers vs. African gray parrots, Obama vs. Bush's emissions rules, volcanos vs. ice, and a billion gallons of coal ash vs. Tennessee wildlife.
Is Obama cleaning the air or committing auto-industry asphyxiation? Also: Wal-Mart discounts sustainability, home buyers switch from McMansions to Dollar Menus, seas not faring well, and growing food grows in popularity.
Preventing forest fryer, the slurry state of clean coal, drawing a power line in the sand, a tale of two cities' smog, Japan's orbit curiosity, how to move an ecosystem, and scientists find a fish out of water.