Youth Lessons from COP25 for the year ahead.
In Hawai'i, working dogs put their noses to the ground to aid conservationists.
Replanting burned landscapes may be a natural response, but it can come come with steep costs to biodiversity.
What would it mean to create an alternative economy in the Hunter Valley that did not sacrifice the land, the water, and the climate?
Environmentalists say proposed revisions to nation's oldest environmental law would lead to more carbon emissions, endanger wildlife and citizens.
Things aren't working out the way many of us hoped. But we could learn something from this small entrepreneurial nation.
New Year's Eve rain was highest for a single day since records began in 1996.
The Gondwana Rainforests were meant to be protected in perpetuity. They are among the areas that have recently burned.
After purifiers were installed in southern California classrooms following a gas leak, students saw gains on math and English tests.
Potent neurotoxin joins the growing list of threats these apex predators face.
Proposed ordinance to ban coal and petcoke handling has put the City of Richmond on the frontlines of the fight for environmental justice and climate action.
Citizens are increasingly interested in seeing bat populations, and the habitats they rely on, thrive.
'In addition to bringing students to nature, we should bring nature to students.'
Surge in data processing industry will increase already high carbon emissions.
Sitka, Alaska, offsets food insecurity through farming, fishing, and foraging — and an uncommon sense of community.
In Review: Irreplaceable: The fight to save our wild places.Julian HoffmanPenguin Books, 2019, 416 pages