State leaders, environmental groups prepare to challenge decision in court.
Nepal’s famous summit is becoming a graveyard, and climate change is poised to make things worse.
Changes to federal law, lauded by industry, will make it harder to protect threatened wildlife.
Jim Brainard has been making the post-partisan case for building sustainable, resilient cities for more than 20 years.
Emails reveal latest example of heightened scrutiny and surveillance of environmental and Indigenous groups.
Scientists are pushing for environmental mitigation of Yucatán Peninsula's controversial Mayan Train project.
New report summarizing 1,500-plus scientific studies on fracking impacts proves risk to people, wildlife, and nature.
Conventional environmental laws have allowed Adani’s Carmichael coal mine go forward in Australia. It’s time we changed them.
Resolution would help the Bay Area transition to renewables, clean up of toxic sites, and adapt to sea level rise.
In Review: Sides of a Horn Written and Directed by Toby Wosskow
At Venezuela's Botanical Garden of Caracas, a dedicated team struggles to keep an international plant collection alive.
A confederation of Nahua pueblos vows to defend their ancestral homeland from a predatory cartel with alleged ties to extractive industries.
The endangered Devils Hole pupfish, numbering under 200, employed key survival tactics to escape 10-foot wave.
Study documents acoustic footprint of human activities in the Cook Inlet waters, finds sound levels often exceed harassment limits set by NOAA.
From the United Kingdom to California, surfers and scientists are teaming up to monitor sea surface temperatures and ocean health.
An imagined look back at 2019 from mid-century.