Ecological restoration has deep roots in the Midwest, where extraordinary community efforts have revived prairies, savannas, woodlands, and wetlands.
The Sunshine State continues controversial spraying of herbicides like glyphosate to combat the aquatic weed.
British Columbia protects beaver lodges and occupied migratory bird nests, but there are no regulations protecting black bear dens in most parts of the province.
Environmental advocates are cautiously optimistic about plans to downscale the controversial WaterFix project.
Department of Energy calls fossil fuels 'US molecules of US Freedom' as administration redoubles assault on the climate.
A conversation with Washington activist who helped stop North America’s largest oil terminal project.
People who offer to taste pesticides are not doing science. They are promoting corporate products, in this case Bt Brinjal.
Instead of focusing on the final stages of Classic Maya civilization, society can learn from the practices that enabled it to survive for nearly 700 years.
Lucedale citizens protest plans for largest wood pellet plant in the world.
California’s deadliest wildfire holds important lessons for communities across the West as we approach a new fire season.
New technology identifies target species, shuts down turbines to avoid deadly collisions
From Indigenous groups to international conservation organizations, everyone is getting in line to save the critically endangered tamaraw.
Legislators just punted — for the 11th time — on an opportunity to fix the government program that assesses flood risk.
In parts of Europe, air travel is becoming taboo for its big carbon footprint.
An Oregon agency has denied water quality certification for the natural gas export facility, but the project isn't dead yet.
Two years into the Twilight of the Bugs. Loving and mourning don’t seem to be so hard.