Science

Watch: Ed Begley Jr. on the Power of a Vegan Lifestyle

by Michael dEstries

After biking seven miles to the Environmental Media Association Awards a couple weekends back, Ed Begley Jr. chatted with our own Ken Spector about his new television series, green home

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WATCH: Woody Harrelson Wants You to Vote for the Environment

by Natalia Lima

Woody Harrelson is getting political, encouraging people to use their vote to save the environment.

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US Proposes Lions Be Considered a Threatened Species

by Natalia Lima

As the lion population has decreased 30 percent in 30 years, the Obama administration proposed to protect the animals.

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Great News! Hawaiian Monk Seal Numbers on the Rise

by Natalia Lima

The endangered Hawaiian Monk seal population is growing — slowly, but surely. According to researchers at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), in 2014, 121 monk seal pups were

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World Leaders Way Behind Schedule in Protecting the Earth

by Natalia Lima

A new UN report shows that countries around the globe are way behind schedule on protecting the Earth, its resources and wildlife.

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Chimps Can Pass Down Knowledge, Culture to Peers

by Natalia Lima

Humans tend to think our ability to build tools and pass down our culture to future generations sets us apart from all other living creatures, but a new study is

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Eighth Grader Invents Green Method of Cleaning Oil Spills

by Megan Thompson

As a part of her eighth grade science project, Chythanya Murali has invented a revolutionary approach to cleaning up hazardous oil spills.

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