Governor Newsom signs law placing moratorium on second generation rodenticides known to kill non-target animals like mountain lions.
Climate chaos hits the US East and West coasts weeks ahead of peak hurricane and wildfire season.
Rebuilding and recovery is a long-term process that requires ongoing support, and is shaped by local history and culture.
Workers who pick our fruits and vegetables are out in the field through wildfire and pandemic, putting their health in jeopardy.
Climate change and wildfire are taking a toll on forests, but this forestry professor thinks he can help save them.
In the last decade, amid drought and searing heat, California has become the ‘examplar for climate change extreme events.'
In North Carolina, an endangered bird finds a foothold on military land.
Scientists warn prevalence of plastic pollution may pose risks to human and ocean health.
Solving this biodiversity mystery could reveal one of the most important sites to conserve these “rhinos of the sea.”
With visitor numbers down, Kenyan wildlife advocates need to consider alternative conservation funding streams.
The country has a sophisticated waste management system. But it also has one of the highest per-capita plastic consumption rates in the world.
Progressive states and environmental groups plan to sue the federal government over the decision.
Modern material technology and climate change are facilitating the global movement of ocean life like never before. Can we learn to detect species introductions earlier on?
Donations to support the president’s re-election have flooded in from a fossil fuel industry that has enjoyed three years of energy deregulation and tax cuts.
Scientists have been monitoring seals and whales on Marion Island for nearly 40 years. Until last week, they thought Covid-19 was going to break their dataset.
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