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On the banks of the Ganges, ancient Hindu traditions collide with the need to preserve India's disappearing forests and clean up its holiest river.
Pennsylvania Amish families are off the grid but under pressure as fracking comes to town.
Pass the cocktail sauce. Nearly a century after pollution ousted oysters from New York City waters, the shellfish may soon resurface.
Dear Mystery Sea Creature: We found your eye.
Florida is more than just Mickey Mouse and beautiful beaches. And we've got the pictures to prove it.
When a baby whale lost his way, a "human" pod came to the rescue.
For tens of millions of years, the adorable have walked the Earth. (And they were very likely tapir calves.)
Think you can sell America on drilling in the Arctic? "Shell" may have a job for you.
Think your brain can withstand the endorphin rush that a mob of meerkats triggers? Think again.
Cute takes Manhattan (and the rest of the boroughs) as baby peregrines nest atop New York City's bridges.
Cute is in the air ... and flopping on the ground in the form of baby birds. But do you know what you're oohing and aahing over?
There is beauty aplenty in and around the Sea of Cortez, but there are also threats from tourism and insatiable development.
Turns out the forces of comic book evil are often trying to take over the world ... by polluting it.
Hippopotami are the most dangerous animals in Africa. Hippo Prince Harry? Not so much.
Think District 12 in "The Hunger Games" is bad? We’ve got 10 fictional dystopias, from "The Walking Dead" to "WALL-E," that will have nervous enviros shaking in their steel-toed survivalist boots. The worst part: Some could actually happen.
Before winning an Oscar, Al Gore's "Inconvenient Truth" made its first splash at the prestigious Sundance Film Festival. This year, five documentaries with green themes look to follow in its footsteps.