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Jeff Corwin walks for (what else?) wildlife
The affable and enthusiastic host of The Jeff Corwin Experience, will join the sixth annual Walk for Wildlife, to raise money for a center that treats injured, abused and abandoned wildlife.
America's greenest campus
The California State University at Chico, a 16,250-student campus about 90 miles north of Sacramento, has won the National Wildlife Federation's Campus Ecology Chill Out contest.
Get ready to learn the word "furanocoumarins." Striving to restore the once-sacrosanct status of grapefruit as a whole body cleanser, the Florida Department of Citrus is taking a marketing campaign to the family doctor.
Two rare species, eating each other
Federal wildlife officials are resorting to rubber bullets, recorded calls of hungry whales and other strange tactics to prevent sea lions, a protected species under the Marine Mammal Protection Act, from getting a good meal. That's because it's meal
Brad Pitt's green Katrina relief
Brad Pitt's plan to bring green and affordable housing to the Lower 9th Ward in New Orleans has won approval from city planners.
Colbert's turtle rapport
Today's Word: "Leather-backing."
Edwards steps up, calls for carbon fee
Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards joined a Step It Up rally in Florida Saturday and said those who create greenhouse gases should pay for them.
New Jersey: New green frontier?
New Jersey is a vision of the future, when it comes to environmentally-friendly cities. Yes, that New Jersey, land of the ubiquitous turnpike, the first state that comes to mind when "smokestack" or "traffic" enters the conversati
Gardeners as a front against climate change
People trying to do a good turn for the Earth can start by turning over soil in the garden.
Swarzenegger's jolly green message
Arnold Swarzenegger, the green giant of California politics, is taking his message - that tries to embrace both Hummers and conservation - to a national audience.
An invasive bug's suburban life
In two quarantined counties in Illinois, municipal tree and leaf gathering is in a state of confusion, as local leaders and residents wonder what to do with potentially-infested debris.
An alternative fuel... with more pollution?
Ironies of ironies, the push to reduce gasoline consumption by using more home-grown ethanol could lead to more pollution in many communities.
Senate grills FDA on pet food
Senators chastised FDA officials for inspecting just 30 percent of pet food manufacturers every three years during a hearing yesterday.
Save 20% On Gas, Every Day
These 10 vehicle maintenance tips can save drivers big money on fuel.