Cash promise for the controversial oil pipeline comes just days after province cut $100 million from public education citing a funds crunch due covid lockdowns.
Investigation traces meat sold to JBS and rival Marfrig to a farm in Brazil owned by man implicated in Mato Grosso killings.
Children no longer grow up in relationship with wild beings. Big machines are filling that void.
Lawsuit seeks to hold major food, beverage, and consumer goods companies accountable for plastic pollution.
As California expands testing for PFAS in water supplies, the rest of the state is due its own rude awakening.
Conservation groups are fighting the creation of 3,500 gas wells in Wyoming that threaten a 170-mile migration corridor.
In the paramos of the Colombian Andes, Indigenous leaders face persecution as they defend the rights of people and the environment.
I once believed there was no safer place than New Jersey’s Money Island. I certainly didn’t think that within most of our lifetimes, all of this would be gone.
As wild salmon teeter closer to extirpation in central California, conservationists work to rewild the floodplain and reshape our relationship with it.
Concerned about its air quality and economy, Utah joins the ranks of red states addressing global warming.
For some, being environmentally conscious is a fundamentally conservative idea.
Revelations have major implications for animal rights as well as public and environmental health.
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The Coastal GasLink pipeline is a full-front assault on First Nations' sovereignty.
A significant number of bottlenose dolphins frequent recovering East Coast waterways, but researchers still know little about them.
Blasting in Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument is decimating sacred sites and desert ecosystem, say lawmaker and environmental advocates.