• Cambodian tailorbird

    A new species of bird was discovered in an unlikely place: The teeming capital city of Cambodia, Phnom Penh, home to 1.5 million human residents. The new bird, the Cambodian tailorbird, was identified by a team of scientists with the Read more

  • Caulk Now, Before Winter’s Chill

    Simple caulking and weatherstripping is a home improvement that pays off. thedailygreen.com article feed Read more

  • Pinto Abalone

    The Natural Resources Defense Council has petitioned the federal government to list the pinto abalone as “endangered” under the Endangered Species Act. Harvested for centuries, the shallow-water species is perhaps too easy to catch. It’s also susceptible to water quality Read more

  • A Little BPA May Be Worse Than a Lot

    Baby mice exposed in the womb to low doses – but not high doses – of bisphenol A (BPA) were fatter and had metabolic changes linked to obesity and diabetes, according to a new study published today. While BPA has Read more