Few surfers are deterred by ocean bacteria that makes them sick
Health warnings issued when beaches have high levels of bacteria do not keep many surfers out of the water, according to a new study by Oreg
Gateway Wildlife / Natural History Photography course with Shem Compion ...
"Wildlife/natural history photography has changed considerably over the last fifteen years. Shem has navigated these years to emerge as one
Intersex fish found in Pennsylvania rivers spur search for chemicals
Pennsylvania's Department of Environmental Protection has begun an extensive sampling of chemical contaminants in response to the discovery
BREAKING: Regional #StormwaterProgram headed to Ohio Supreme Court
Today, the Ohio Supreme Court agreed to hear the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District’s appeal concerning the Regional Stormwater Manageme
Dredge material from Toledo Harbor gains new life in engineered soil
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'Color' Anchorage 5K runners a bright shade of stupid
COMMENTARY: The Color Run is the best legal business scam since The Pet Rock. Anchorage should organize a weekly Color Fun Walk, Jog or Roll
Great Egret Picture -- Bird Photo -- National Geographic Photo of the Day
Great egrets crowd a Danube tidal area in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from our 2013 Photo Contest.
Yale Environment 360: Suburbs Offset Low Carbon Footprints of Major U.S....
City-dwellers in the U.S. have significantly smaller per-capita carbon footprints than their rural counterparts, according to new research f
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Lightbulbs As You Know Them Are About To Change Forever
From Mother Nature Network's Matt Hickman: Consumer lighting giant Osram Sylvania has just released the 2013 edition of its Socket Survey —