In a Northeastern regional drought, New York, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Maine are experiencing severe conditions.
Malawi is using an unconventional method to relocate 500 elephants in the next two months.
The addition of a polar bear inside an aquarium at a Chinese mall sparks international outrage by animal rights advocates.
The company is paying record fines. What will they achieve?
A New Jersey bill aims to protect the diamondback terrapin, a native turtle which has been threatened by over-harvesting and auto traffic.
US Interior Secretary Sally Jewell heard public voices Saturday about the proposal to designate the vibrant landscape as a National Monument.
A California appellate court ruled against the US Navy's use of low-frequency sonar, a long-debated practice that is harmful to marine mammals.
A US government report warns that the US will likely fall short of its 2025 fuel-economy targets because low gas prices have prompted Americans to buy less-efficient cars and trucks.
New Zealand has released a plan that aspires to wipe out possums, rats, weasels and other invasive species that threaten native species.
An international agreement to reduce hydrofluorocarbons could prevent 0.5 degrees of warming by the end of the century, officials say.
Rising Tide Conservation released the news that the first Dory fish, or Pacific blue tangs, were recently bred in captivity.
A new study investigates local and global effects of car-sharing, finding that the service benefits users and their communities.
The massive, ancient trees were once thought to be vulnerable to drought and fire. But now, scientists are attempting to clone and replant them all over the world to absorb greenhouse gasses.
Minnesota mines that deposit their byproducts in lakes where wild rice grows are chafing against a flat limit on pollution, urging the state to create individualized, lake-by-lake standards.
Some experts see a ripe moment for clean energy sources to take off in developing nations. But a big need is to ensure that investment dollars nurture durable companies and markets.
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