A study in Science reveals that a massive reservoir of water -- in its molecular form -- may lie hundreds of miles below the earth’s surface and may hold more water than the earth’s oceans.
Rebuilding mussel beds and marshes offer natural protection and clean the water.
Maine company deploys nation’s first commercial, grid connected tidal energy project.
Halliburton Admits Destroying Evidence in 'Grim Sorting Out' of Gulf Spill Blame…
By Rebecca Jacobson, Inside Energy
Hurricane Sandy, which is being called a "superstorm", began bearing down on the East Coast of the United States on Monday. Cities in New York, Delware and New Jersey saw flooding before the hurricane made landfall. These photos follow Sandy's…
Scientists discovered many new species on the floor of the Southern Ocean near Antarctica -- something they're describing as a "riot of life." Jeffrey Brown speaks with former oceanographer Mark Schrope about the newest known species of sea life found…
Hurricane Irene's death toll reached at least 38 Monday as cleanup crews from North Carolina to New England continued to pick up after the storm amid ongoing flooding. Gwen Ifill discusses the storm's impact and the cost of the government's…
A satellite slated to launch into space next week will study the saltiness of the oceans, and, scientists hope, provide a better grasp of extreme weather events.
The battle over dozens of no-fishing zones off the California coast.
Even though the blown-out BP oil well in the Gulf of Mexico has been permanently sealed, Louisiana is continuing its battle against another environmental challenge: coastal erosion. Tom Bearden reports.
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