As we learn to say goodbye to plants and animals and places we hold dear, we need to do whatever we can to save what is left.
Locals fear being forgotten as Buenos Aires tries to clean up the Riachuelo River
With the loss of a species on New Year's Day, scientists are racing to save the islands' other unique snails before it's too late.
Friends and experts may tell us we're doomed, but there are too many reasons to keep pushing for climate action
In Review: Northland: A 4,000-Mile Journey Along America’s Forgotten Border
Environmental activists and locals are organizing against the project, which would pass through 11 nature reserves
Project offers hope to fisherfolk dealing with declining yields while also serving as a viable conservation tool.
Tensions mount as protestors gathered to stop natural gas pipeline on unceeded territory face removal, arrest
Sierra Leone's chimpanzees often enjoy the fruits of their human neighbors' labor
A conversation with Ralph Nader about his latest fable
Leaving parks open and unattended is like leaving the Smithsonian museums open without any staff to protect the priceless artifacts, says former Park Service director.
A conversation with West Virginian Justice Democrat Paula Jean Swearengin
The seed library movement is pushing for the legal right to share seeds
This past year offered us much to be worried about but glimmers of hope flickered through as well.
Climate change has forced these Galápagos sea lions to turn to a new food source. Since they can't outswim their prey, they use wits and teamwork instead.
The president's past words offer hope for a new non-partisan spirit of environmentalism in the years to come