Dolphins and manatees are dying in Brevard County's Indian River Lagoon twice as quickly as last year. Scientists are scrambling to figure out what's killing them. They say it may have something to do with the mammals' changing habitat. Several agencies are joining forces to solve the mystery. Monday, scientists ...
Valuable water, down the toilet. And every year we flush thousands of gallons away. A Canadian company, Sun-Mar, is hoping to alleviate some of that wastage, with their waterless, composting toilets. Sales manager, Fraser Sneddon says because they're so simple, the units can be installed anywhere a toilet is needed.
Adam Putnam — former congressman, current commissioner of agriculture and widely viewed as the future of Florida politics — became a very rich man in 2005 when taxpayers spent $25.5 million on 2,042 acres of his family’s ranch that had been valued at $5.5 million a year earlier, The Palm ...
They are national treasures, yet some of the nation's most important waterways are under severe threat from pollution, dams & development. Here are the top 10 at risk.
From the adorable Pygmy Rabbit to the gorgeous Checkerspot Butterfly, some of America's most stunning creatures are edging closer to extinction.
A quiet walk through nature offers moments of beauty and serenity that often go unnoticed. In celebration of Earth Day 2012, we invite you to take a few minutes to enjoy this journey through cycles of light, water, wind and earth.
Earth Day is a time to enjoy Mother Nature and do your part to help the earth stay clean. How can you do that when you're playing games on your phone and checking out gossip sites? Gillian Pensavalle tells you why you should focus more on getting outside.
Gorgeous blooms and baby animals signal spring's arrival.
The National Cherry Blossom Festival commemorates its 100th anniversary this year. The 1912 gift of 3,000 cherry trees from Toyko's mayor to the city of Washington, DC. has helped cultivate a close relationship between the two countries.
First it was Sponge Bob, then The Muppets, now Lou Dobbs thinks a Dr. Seuss character The Lorax is being used by Hollywood liberals to indoctrinate our children with an anti-industry, pro-environmental message. Nutty? Sure, but that's not even the best part.