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That Proteobacteria has a great nose, doesn’t it?
Supposedly you can assemble this 52-piece bike in 45 minutes. We've heard THAT before (IKEA!).
A small town in Canada gets a lot of traffic from hungry polar bears -- which is bad news for humans and bears alike. To keep them away, bears need to learn to fear humans.
How did a once-Republican billionaire become one of the foremost champions of climate activism? A new book tells the story.
Remember when a British lady found an egg sack of poisonous baby spiders on her banana? This will make you sigh with longing for those simpler times.
Obviously you should turn the sound off and play the U2 album of the same name.
The lucky two will go to a turkey farm where they can run free until they drop dead in a year because commercial turkeys were not built to live.
Your genetically-modified fish dinner is almost ready. But first it will need to cross the continent twice.
A team of U.K. scientists have taken 1,000 underappreciated Brussels sprouts and used them to power 100 LEDs.
As much as we love public transportation, we are less excited about touching other people.
The planet's largest historical greenhouse gas polluter walked away from the U.N. climate talks looking a little better than in years past -- mainly because others behaved so badly.
Don't worry, they process it into a powder first.
About 1,200 acres of coastal land has disappeared from four South Carolina islands over the past 25 years, thanks to rising seas and erosion.
A New Zealand court turns away a resident of low-lying Kiribati, saying environmental woes aren't sufficient for him to qualify as a refugee.
San Francisco nonprofit wants everyone to have access to public facilities. So they raised awareness with a parade of art toilets.
Attorney Lauren Regan helps green activists navigate the forbidding landscape of post-9/11 law enforcement.
The best you can say about this, really, is that the decent school lunch food is about equivalent to decent fast food. The rest is even worse.
When you put flowers and plants at people's desks, they do better at cognitive tasks.
Climate deniers working to slow progress at U.N. climate talks in Warsaw compared climate action with the Holocaust. It was part of an effort to raise money.
In the first criminal conviction of its kind, Duke Energy will pay big for violations in Wyoming, and be forced to improve its practices.