Everything about Frozen Planet is awesome, except Alec Baldwin’s narration.

Chevron execs in Brazil must surrender their passports and face criminal charges for “environmental crimes” connected to oil spills off the country’s coast.

Endocrine-disrupting chemicals like bisphenol A and the pesticide atrazine can have significant health effects even for people exposed to only small doses, according to a new study.

Mitt Romney wants Obama to fire Steven Chu, Lisa Jackson, and Ken Salazar because as heads of departments (Energy, EPA, and Interior) that have some responsibility for energy, they “are on a mission to drive up the price of gasoline and all energy.”

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Scientists have been monitoring Isle Royale National Park’s grey wolves for decades, but with only one female left in a pack of nine, the wolves could die out.

Texans are fighting over a different kind of very valuable liquid — water.

Deniers can’t take all the blame for the public’s growing doubts about climate change: A new study finds the recession played a role, too.

There are only 55 Maui’s dolphins — relatively tiny dolphins that live only off the coast of New Zealand — left in the world.

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