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Innovative net design and cutting-edge data feedback systems are chaning the way fisherman fish.
In the frigid Bering Sea, the Pacific Prince tries to take only the fish it needs and leaves the ocean healthier. One adventurous marine biologist joins the crew.

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What these soldiers saw in battle has sparked their next mission -- to end our dependence on fossil fuels.
Secretary of State Steven Chu thinks so. See why.
The Sonoran Desert reveals itself to a passionate observer, Dave Bertelsen. "Listen, not a single bird."
If we could reclaim just 3 percent of our energy's heat waste on a daily basis, scientists say, we could offset half the nation's electricity needs.
Whales to the Rescue Tricky Seals Do Science Driving Bugs Crazy His Forecast Is Very Clear Your Toaster Is Calling
The Synthesist
Eaarth
The real issue is that the cloud is growing. It is more energy-efficient than what it's replacing, but it isn't using less energy overall.
Eaarth
When I read these accounts, I flash back to a tiny village, remote even by Tibetan standards.
Spotlight: Climate Refugees A Climate of Denial
Open Space
When I was 6, I was diagnosed with a rare retinal disease and told that I would be blind by 16.
"How many of you," I ask, "got into journalism to make the world a better place?" Hands shoot up. "Not me," I tell them.