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Concepts already developed give a glue to a world, post oil – from roads made of solar panels, to air-powered cars, and iPhones powered by a wave of the arm.
We highlight five kids and teens who are making a difference through volunteer opportunities, proving that helping hands can be child-sized too.
The wreckage of the RMS Titanic may soon disappear forever, thanks to a newly discovered species of bacteria with a taste for iron oxide.
Research shows that many areas of today's oceans have conditions that parallel those of 250 million years ago, when 95 percent of marine species quickly died out.
A new study suggests that a global rise in ocean temperatures has cut the number of phytoplankton, which are the bedrock of the food chain, by 40 percent since 1950. Other scientists link the rise in ocean temperatures to global warming.
The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) meeting in Qatar rejected protection for marine species, including sharks, bluefin tuna, and coral, disappointing the US, environmentalists, and marine scientists.
Too many boats and technology that is too good mean that nations must cooperate to preserve tuna and other fish stocks.