Exploratory dives give researchers an up close view of coral reefs, but capturing the broader perspective has been more difficult. That's where NASA comes in.
Norway announced a zero deforestation policy in its procurement of goods, two years after making a pledge with Germany and Britain to 'promote national commitments that encourage deforestation free supply chains.'
The US Senate passed a chemical regulations bill on Tuesday, a bipartisan effort to update the nation's decades-old law on toxic chemicals in everyday products.
After Max Alger-Meyer visited Akagera National Park, he decided to create a drone the rangers could use to track the animals. The use of drones in conservation is growing.
Researchers surveying the garbage built up around Hawaii expected to be able to link the debris to the 2011 Japanese tsunami, but that's not what they found at all.
Scientists in Slovenia have captured a cave olm, also known as a 'dragon,' giving birth on camera.
The latest in a string of invasive species being introduced to natural habitats, pacu fish, a cousin of the piranha, have been found in a Petaluma, Calif., pond.
Government officials have cracked down on the 'Tiger Temple' in Thailand over animal trafficking and abuse allegations, which the Buddhist monks who operate the temple deny.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration released a statement warning people of the dangers of taking photos with wild animals in an attempt to avoid injury to people or seal pups as the seal birthing season gets underway.