The village of Gresham, Wisconsin, is trying a novel way of getting rid of wastewater: Poo-Gloos, like igloos for sewage.
Human activity is raising the noise levels in the ocean, which could threaten the lives of dolphins and endangered whales.
Laws protecting endangered species and regulating pesticides could drastically change because of a lawsuit against the Environmental Protection Agency.
The federal government is rethinking how much fluoride should be put in drinking water. Anti-fluoridation activists feel vindicated.
The SVF Foundation farm in Newport, Rhode Island, freezes animal embryos to save endangered heritage species from extinction.
The Obama Administration is attempting to catch up to European and Asian high-speed rail projects.
Some scientists say climate change may be the reason 2010 stands out for the number and intensity of extreme weather events.
Snowmass Village, Colorado, is home to one of the most significant archeological finds of ice age fossils in North America.
Negotiations over climate change have more urgency for Kiribati, an island that is literally sinking into the ocean.
Instead of boycotting irresponsible companies, Carrotmobs inspire masses of people to patronize responsible companies.