Protection for polar bears – including a ban on trade in their fur and parts – was rejected at a conference of the Convention on International Trade of Endangered Species (CITES).
Efforts to halt the decline of Atlantic bluefin tuna received a blow Thursday, as the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species voted against a trade ban.
A throw-away society warms to new products made from recycled and repurposed materials.
Anxious over lack of progress on a new energy bill, a group of 29 state governors has sent the White House and Congress a list of renewable energy recommendations, seeking support for wind and solar projects.
How do you tell if you moving near good neighbors or bad? Maybe an Internet forum would help.
Top international scientists will take part in an independent review of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and its reports on global warming, which have been widely criticized recently for inaccuracies.
For more than 50 years, Ann van Dyk has championed cheetahs.
Some oil companies are adding nitrogen to their gasoline. But does it cause pollution as well as boost performance a bit?
Waters around the Florida Keys are nine inches higher than a century ago. Efforts to battle rising sea levels make the Keys 'a canary in the coal mine,' an indicator of what other areas might need to prepare for.
As President Obama boosts energy efficiency through Cash for Caulkers, home weatherization will receive rebates.
Lady Gaga and home insulation - one's a celebrity and the other deserves to be, a home renovator says.
Recirculating aquaculture systems cut the pollution and disease that occur in current fish farming operations. Many see it as the future of the industry.
Want a home that's more energy-efficient and saves money on heat and cooling? Upgrading your insulation is key.
Former CEOs lead a pack of eco-philanthropists who are bankrolling parks to conserve pristine land and wildlife.
Yvo de Boer, executive secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), steps down, effective July 1.
Prisons are turning to wind power to supply energy for their around-the-clock operations.