A clump of moss on the Antarctic Peninsula is ballooning -- a botanical pioneer in a fast-warming region.
After getting bashed by a TV ad, the Wisconsin senator now says he doesn't "have a belief one way or the other" on global warming.
New research found that people who ate whole fruits were 23 percent less likely to develop type 2 diabetes than those who avoided them. Blueberries are particularly healthalicious.
An activist spent a day sitting inside a pipe to slow down construction of Enbridge's new replacement tar-sands pipeline in Michigan.
If you live above natural gas reserves in North Carolina and your neighbors want to sell fracking rights, you might have to go along.
The Louisiana governor opposes a lawsuit that seeks to make oil companies repair coastal ecosystems they've damaged. It just so happens that he gets lots of money from the oil industry.
New York's Fire Island lost more than half of its shoreline sand and sand dunes to the mega-hurricane, leaving the tourist mecca vulnerable to further storm surges.
More than 300 tons of highly radioactive water leaked from the crippled nuclear power plant last week. So what else is new?
A lot of that expense could have been avoided if the Federal Crop Insurance Program encouraged farmers to use conservation-oriented techniques, says NRDC.
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