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51 dead as massive US tornado devastates Oklahoma suburb
51 dead as massive US tornado devastates Oklahoma suburb

Moore, Oklahoma: A monstrous tornado of rare power roared through an Oklahoma City suburb, killing at least 51, flattening neighborhoods with winds up to 200 mph (320 kilometers) and destroying at lea

7 Ways to Use Daylight Saving to Jump-Start a Happier, Healthier You
7 Ways to Use Daylight Saving to Jump-Start a Happier, Healthier You

Sunday, March 10, 2013 is Daylight Saving Time; time to set your clock one hour ahead! Instead of hitting the Snooze button on your alarm clock, try these seven ideas to take full advantage of the mor

5 Items That You Never Thought About Recycling — Until Now
5 Items That You Never Thought About Recycling — Until Now

Recycling can be about more than just reducing the amount of materials sent to a landfill. Sometimes recycling can involve putting things to good use that you no longer want. Instead of throwing somet

Eight Things You Didn’t Know You Could Recycle
Eight Things You Didn’t Know You Could Recycle

I have a large, shameful pile of junk in my basement that has been growing out of control for three years. I try not to look at it when I pass it, because when I do, I inevitably feel that flush of gu

Top Ten Things Climate Change Is Making Worse Right Now
Top Ten Things Climate Change Is Making Worse Right Now

The onslaught of extreme weather and record temperatures this year have had an impact on people globally, directly through drought and temperature, and more indirectly impacting food prices and public

Italy hit by 5.8-magnitude earthquake
Italy hit by 5.8-magnitude earthquake

At least 10 people killed by quake 25 miles north-west of Bologna in northern ItalyA 5.8-magnitude earthquake shook a large swath of northern Italy on Tuesday morning, killing at least 10 people and b

Baidu on mission to save the planet on World Earth Day
Baidu on mission to save the planet on World Earth Day

Baidu released a “2012 end of the world” themed campaign for the coming World Earth Day on April 22. Their pitch is “2012 is not scary. What's scary is that no one saves the planet.”Enter “save t

10 Things We’ve Learned About the Earth Since Last Earth Day
10 Things We’ve Learned About the Earth Since Last Earth Day

Sunday is the 42nd celebration of Earth Day, which was started in 1970 by U.S. Senator Gaylord Nelson to help educate people about environmental issues and demonstrate public support for a conservatio

Indonesia Earthquake: 8.7 Magnitude Quake Reported, Tsunami Warning Issued
Indonesia Earthquake: 8.7 Magnitude Quake Reported, Tsunami Warning Issued

An underwater magnitude 8.7 earthquake has struck in the Indian ocean off the coast of Indonesia.Seismologists from the US Geological Survey (USGS) said the earthquake hit near Aceh province on the is

Reflections on a Thirsty Planet for World Water Day
Reflections on a Thirsty Planet for World Water Day

Water, I have learned, means different things to different people.To the novelist D. H. Lawrence, water was mysterious. It is “hydrogen two parts, oxygen one, but there is also a third thing, that ma

The Recycling of Electronic Goods
The Recycling of Electronic Goods

More than 100 million pounds of electronic materials are recycled each year in the United States. Consumers have numerous options for turning over their electronic materials to recyclers, including th

More weather disasters ahead, climate experts report
More weather disasters ahead, climate experts report

Some locations will become 'increasingly marginal as places to live'

Freakish weather disasters — from the sudden October snowstorm in the Northeast U.S. to the record floods in Thailand &mda

Why the World May Be Running Out of Clean Water
Why the World May Be Running Out of Clean Water

Earlier this month, officials in the South Pacific island nation of Tuvalu had to confront a pretty dire problem: they were running out of water. Due to a severe and lasting drought, water reserves in

Animals Shrink as Earth Warms
Animals Shrink as Earth Warms

As global temperatures rise this century, the result of human-caused climate change, many living things will shrink, thanks to a host of changes in the environment, as well as the direct effects of wa

The True Impact of Bottled Water: Water Bottle Pollution Facts
The True Impact of Bottled Water: Water Bottle Pollution Facts

In 1976 Americans drank an average of 1.6 gallons of bottled water every year. Roughly 30 years later consumption increased to 30 gallons per person, according to the Earth Policy Institute --- desp

What happens if the population forecasts are wrong?
What happens if the population forecasts are wrong?

Children queue for rice porridge in Manila's Baseco slum area. The population growth rate in the Philippines is among the highest in the world. Photograph: Jay Directo/AFP/Getty Images
In a mere hal

Deep oceans can mask global warming for decade-long periods
Deep oceans can mask global warming for decade-long periods

The planet's deep oceans at times may absorb enough heat to flatten the rate of global warming for periods of as long as a decade even in the midst of longer-term warming, according to a new analys

Can scientists look at next year's climate?
Can scientists look at next year's climate?

Is it possible to make valid climate predictions that go beyond weeks, months, even a year? UCLA atmospheric scientists report they have now made long-term climate forecasts that are among the best

Can trapping carbon dioxide in rocks stop global warming?
Can trapping carbon dioxide in rocks stop global warming?

At this Icelandic site for a new project called CarbFix, thousands of gallons of water infused with carbon dioxide will be pumped into porous volcanic rock deep underground.

Researchers propose pum

EARTHQUAKES: EAST VS. WEST
EARTHQUAKES: EAST VS. WEST

Yesterday, my feet had barely touched the ground when that ground started moving.I had just gotten back from spending ten days in Alaska, revisiting old haunts and old friends in the most seismicall

Climate change is the most important issue humanity has ever faced
Climate change is the most important issue humanity has ever faced

Here in the City of Roses, the annual Rose Festival celebration will have to proceed without the roses. For the second consecutive year, there has been record rainfall on the Portland parade. The we

Fukushima Could Kill 920 Million People
Fukushima Could Kill 920 Million People

Just in case you ever wonder about the worst-case scenario at Fukushima…If all the plutonium at Fukushima burns and disperses into the atmosphere, a LOW ESTIMATE of the death-toll adds up to

800 tons of fish die, rot on Philippine fish farms
800 tons of fish die, rot on Philippine fish farms

A fish pond worker scoops up dead milkfish locally known as Bangus after thousands of them were found …

TALISAY, Philippines – More than 800 tons of fish have died and rotted on fish fa

Wi-Fi Could Go Bye-Bye With Climate Change
Wi-Fi Could Go Bye-Bye With Climate Change

We may never get to leave the office again.If you don't like being tethered to an office chair, then you've likely learned to appreciate wi-fi. Ah, the freedom. Work at the coffee shop. Or on the

Fukushima's nuclear disaster: Worse than Japan thought?
Fukushima's nuclear disaster: Worse than Japan thought?

Power company Tepco announces that three out of six reactors almost certainly suffered serious meltdowns after the deadly earthquake and tsunamiA new report from Tokyo Electric Power Company (Tepco)

What's Brought 32,000 Parakeets to London's Suburbs?
What's Brought 32,000 Parakeets to London's Suburbs?

In April, Brian lamented new population maps that show Americans are still moving to the suburbs. But the study was restricted to the United States, and only looked at human population shifts. Which

How one Japanese village defied the tsunami
How one Japanese village defied the tsunami

FUDAI, Japan – In the rubble of Japan's northeast coast, one small village stands as tall as ever after the tsunami. No homes were swept away. In fact, they barely got wet.Fudai is the villag

Can Clouds Help Mitigate Global Warming? Missing Links Found in Biology of Cloud Formation Over Ocea
Can Clouds Help Mitigate Global Warming? Missing Links Found in Biology of Cloud Formation Over Ocea

Scientists have known for two decades that sulfur compounds that are produced by bacterioplankton as they consume decaying algae in the ocean cycle through two paths. In one, a sulfur compound dimet

The Spider Trees of Pakistan
The Spider Trees of Pakistan

In July 2010, the Sindh region of Pakistan suffered horrible flooding. Since then, the waters haven't receded, which has created an abundance of mosquitoes. Taking advantage of the phenomenon, local

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