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Scientists Eat Crow on Geoengineering Test. Me, Too

  • Published: Oct 23rd, 2012

A rogue individual conducting his or her own geoengineering experiment was thought unlikely. Until it happened recently.

Wind Power Has its Limits, But It’s Not the Sky

  • Published: Sep 9th, 2012

Could existence of wind turbines slow the planet’s winds to the point where they couldn’t generate any more energy?

Image of the Day: Shelter Dogs Get New Leash on Life

  • Published: Sep 8th, 2012

High-energy shelter dogs are chosen & their energy is channeled into finding the scat of endangered species.

Image of the Day: Trippy View of Hot Time in the City

  • Published: Sep 7th, 2012

As cities heat up roughly twice as fast as the rest of the planet, there are things communities can do to combat it.

Image of the Day: Tiny Robots to Repair the Reefs

  • Published: Sep 3rd, 2012

Scottish researchers are developing small underwater robots that could be sent in swarms to save coral reefs.

Image of the Day: Swiss Pilgrims Alter Anti-Glacial Prayer

  • Published: Aug 17th, 2012

Amid a changing climate, Alpine pilgrims warm up to ice after 350 years of prayers for melting.

Romm’s Book ‘Language Intelligence’ Insightful, Important

  • Published: Aug 13th, 2012

Heidi Cullen's review of well-known blogger Joe Romm's new book, which introduces the concept of language intelligence.

Lost in Watergate’s Wake: Nixon’s Green Legacy

  • Published: Aug 8th, 2012

Richard Nixon, who resigned 38 years ago today, was a champion of protecting the environment.