Should we take a second look at "smart meters?" WATCH NOW
Protecting lions privately, rather than through ineffective endangered species policies, is a better way to go. WATCH NOW.
Hunting can save species. How's that for counter-intutitve? Watch now!
Batteries for electric cars can be very expensive, but according to the University of California Riverside there is a way to make electric car batteries more efficient.
Study done by UK Department of Energy and Climate Change shows surprising discoveries about the use of burning wood for energy over burning coal.
You always hear about the middle ages being a warm time period, but exactly how warm were they? Listen to guest speaker Craig Idso discuss this topic in detail.
Looking to add some protein into your diet? Some scientists in India may be able to help you out with that!
Surprising study done by Cosmos magazine shows some interesting results when examining farmers who you use "unfriendly" pesticides.
A new study done by the National Academy of Sciences claims volcanoes have been major factors in thinning the West Antarctic ice. CLICK IMAGE TO WATCH NOW
Do global warming policies save human lives? A Stunning new report found the exact opposite. The report, entitled "Global Warming Policies Might Be Bad for Your Health," was produced by leading researcher Dr. Indur Goklany and found that issues of poverty like malnutrition and unsafe water have a global impact of death and disease 70 times larger than that of theoretical climate change.
Not many people would think coral reef restoration would be of much interest to business entrepreneurs. But as Laura Huggins of the group PERC notes, such interest does exist, and is especially needed in Florida.
The bald eagle, a bird which serves as our nation’s symbol, has long enjoyed special protection under the Migratory Bird Treaty and Bald Eagle Protection Act. These permits, unlike previous ones, will allow for the killing of eagles for a lengthy 30 years.
While many see wind power as a renewable source of earth- friendly energy, increasing numbers of conservationists are taking a dimmer view of them because of their impact on wildlife – particularly bats.
Rare earth mining is crucial to modern life providing critical minerals used for a wide array of products from iPhones to computers.
While most people consider nature to be priceless, economists have recently attempted to place dollar values on the services ecosystems provide.