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Dog Chained Up For 15 Years is Finally Freed (WATCH)

Bear the dog had spent his entire life chained up to a dog house in someone's backyard – but now, he's on his way to a happy new forever home.

New Edible Rings on 6-Packs Can Feed Animals Instead of Harming Them

  A craft beer maker in Florida has created a six-pack ring that feeds animals instead of endangering them. Saltwater Brewery has replaced the dangerous plastic...

After Two Centuries, Atlantic Salmon Return to the Connecticut River

For the first time since the American Revolution, wild Atlantic Salmon are spawning in the Connecticut River. Industrial pollution and a series of dams constructed...

College French Students Make Their Own Storybooks for Poor Kids in Haiti

When a group of Virginia college students decided to take French class, they probably didn’t imagine they’d become children’s book authors–but they devoted their...

Posing With Your Family On The Beach? Try It With Yoga

With summertime in full swing, many families are hitting the beach. Instead of sitting on the beach chair all day, though, why not grab your...

Endangered Species Day: 9 Success Stories to Make You Cheer Today

From a grandmother nursing orphaned elephants to a whole town rallying for a little salamander, the past year has been ripe with good news surrounding endangered species. To...

With Fins Off the Menu, A Glimmer of Hope for Sharks

For decades, the decline of sharks – sought for their fins and meat – has been staggering. But bans on finning and new attitudes...

Fishermen Rescue Rare Whale From Nets Thanks to New Training Program

An extremely rare type of whale has been saved from almost certain death thanks to a training program for Pakistani tuna fishermen. The February 10...

A Decade After Asian Tsunami, New Forests Protect the Coast

The tsunami that struck Indonesia in 2004 obliterated vast areas of Aceh province. But villagers there are using an innovative microcredit scheme to restore...
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A Homeless Teen Named National Science Prize Finalist is Given Housing and Help

A dedicated marine biology student at a Long Island High School learned she was named one of 61 finalists for the $100,000 Intel Science...
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Oregon Truck Driver Named Highway Hero of the Year

An Oregon truck driver who helped save the lives of three people involved in a fiery traffic accident, including a driver who was trapped...
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These Uncertain Times?

"These uncertain times..." It's hard to go through the day and not see or hear the use of this phrase. But...
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Bush Creates Largest Marine Protection Zone in the World

With the stroke of a pen today, President Bush will designate three new areas in the Pacific as Marine National Monuments to create the...
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Lonely Galapagos Tortoise May Start a Family

QUITO, Ecuador - "Lonesome George, the long-living Galapagos Islands giant tortoise thought to be the last of his kind, might soon be a father......

A River Runs Through CA Valley Again

Legal action has resulted in the revival of a California stream that had been diverted leaving behind little more than sand and rocks. One...

Happiness on Your License Plate

Caroline Miller, besides being a coach and motivational speaker, is also known as “the license plate lady” to her children's friends who have become...

Top Ten Stories of 2006: #3 – Species Recovery

Environmentalists Heartened by Stunning Finds of Species, Coral, and Recovery of Many Endangered • Numerous hopeful stories in 2006 showed that endangered...
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Top Ten Good News of 2006!

With casualties in Iraq reaching record numbers, the war in Lebanon punctuating the continuing crises in the Middle East and the ongoing slaughter in...
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Stunning Finds of Fish and Coral

Scientists have discovered hugely diverse fish and coral populations thriving off Indonesia's Papua coastlines including dozens of new species like the "walking" shark that...

Free Plastic Bags To Be Banned in Australia

The state government of Victoria will be first in Australia to charge for every plastic grocery bag used. Environment Minister John Thwaites said a...