Lucedale citizens protest plans for largest wood pellet plant in the world.
Judges order oil firm to release confidential documents as widows of late Nigerian activists get go-ahead to pursue claim
Seventy-one-year-old Terry Christenson says he’s doing it for his grandchildren and their children
Social media giant has given contract to fight fake news to an organization that pushes fake news on climate change.
North Macedonian anti-dam activist also among this year’s six winners
2018 Mexican wolf population count brings hope for the endangered subspecies, but also serves as a reminder of the long road to recovery.
Agricultural fungicide use is fostering drug resistance among virulent fungi, poses global public health threat.
The country’s Indigenous Huasco community remains committed to protecting their fragile homeland from Canadian mining giant.
Most of economic burden likely be borne by poorer nations, exacerbating global inequality
An Earth Day reflection on the future we want and the choices that will get us there
Scientists are beginning to recognize that vertebrates, such as fish, seabirds and marine mammals, have the potential to help lock away carbon from the atmosphere.
As the Empire State works out the details of its green new deal, the rest of the country will be watching
New Senate bill is latest sign that momentum for EVs is building despite President’s best efforts
Rebecca Lawton discusses the origins of her new book, nature writing as a woman, and her long-term connection to water
Conservative millennials are trying to haul their party towards scientific reality
The animals need an open border with Mexico in order to survive in the Lone State, experts say