Greenpeace and Chesapeake Climate activists hold banners for the Strike Out Exxon at Nationals Park campaign during a Nationals game against the New York Mets in Washington, D.C., September 15, 2008. The campaign has been keeping the heat on the Natio...

Image | September 26, 2008

Greenpeace and Chesapeake Climate activists hold banners for the Strike Out Exxon at Nationals Park campaign during a Nationals game against the New York Mets in Washington, D.C., September 15, 2008. The campaign has been keeping the heat on the Nationals management, being a presence at every home Nationals game since June 20th to discourage consideration of ExxonMobil for the naming rights to the first green ballpark in the United States. Activists dropped banners in the scoreboard area at the end of the fourth inning of the game after ExxonMobil advertising was displayed on the electronic signboards in the new stadium.

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Nature Beauty Moment - Flying Over Glacier National Park

Video | April 10, 2015 at 11:11

Enjoy the view from above Glacier National Park. It is a truly beautiful place.

Nature Beauty Moment - St Paul Island, Alaska

Video | April 3, 2015 at 11:35

Saint Paul Island is nestled in the heart of the Bering Sea. It's scenery and wildlife is gorgeous. In this video, there are bountiful puffins and seals. Most of the footage in this video was taken on Saint Paul Island. Full disclosure, the...

Nature Beauty Moment - West Papua Forest

Video | March 18, 2015 at 13:17

Take a peak into an Indonesian peatland forest. We hope this video brings you a moment of peace.

Nature Moment - Dolphins, Seals, and Penguins Oh My!

Video | March 3, 2015 at 12:28

Take a moment to swim with beautiful dolphins, penguins, and seals. Most footage of the seals and penguins was taken off the coast of New Zealand's sub-Antarctic Auckland Islands. We hope this video brings you a moment of peace. Happy...

#WorstJoke: Still More Worst Jokes!

Video | March 3, 2015 at 11:56

Thanks to everyone who keeps sending in these stinkers! Go to http://worstjoke.org to find out how your very worst can save the arctic!

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