A ski resort's plan to use sewage for snow production prompts gagging and protests.
The wealth of Afghanistan's geologic resources could be double the cost of what the U.S. has spent waging war against terrorists in that country. DNews talks with Said Mirzad of the U.S. Geologic Survey.
A group of architects have a radical new idea for cleaning up the Great Pacific Garbage Patch: turn it all into a giant island the size of Hawaii's Big Island.
Despite the massive wildfires that have swept the western U.S. in recent years, the region has barely begun paying down the huge fire deficit it has accumulated over the last 100 years.
What matters in the long-run is how truly special a species is in the grand scheme of life on Earth.
Researchers are building vegetable gardens that could one day be used to support colonies on the moon.
The USGS today identified 24 regions in Afghanistan with high-value minerals that are ready to be mined.
In what is considered a crazy plan to slow desertification, countries across Africa are planting a wall of Acacia trees.
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