The freshwater molluscs that help control silt levels and filter water are facing a mysterious affliction.
With a single shot, and a lost companion, human-chimpanzee relationships are stressed in Sierra Leone.
State, industry eye cache of rare earth elements under Bokan Mountain in Tongass National Forest.
US Forest Service’s multiple plans to log vast swathes of Tongass National Forest faces stiff opposition
As the president attacks the environment, education, and healthcare, we have no choice but to keeping pushing back on behalf of future generations.
Sardar Sarovar Dam is a classic story of a nation’s failure to deliver environmental justice to its people.
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More shut downs planned for October 7 in LA, Chicago, NY, and major cities across the world.
State leaders, environmental groups prepare to challenge decision in court.
Wildlife advocates celebrate new law, look ahead to possible statewide ban on sale of fur.
As summers get hotter, people who work outdoors, those on a low income, and the elderly face imminent peril.
Cohousing may be one the best, if currently overlooked, ways to build a sustainable future.
At the world's largest shelter for brown bears, Romanian animal welfare advocates rehabilitate captive animals and push to change public attitudes towards wildlife.
Activist and author Ed Fallon has been pushing for climate action for more than a decade. Now he says it's time for a 'full-scale mobilization.'
Opponents fighting the project say fragile river system cannot sustain such a large draw.
Anti-pipeline advocates hang their hopes on existing lawsuits and Democrats.