With the landmark climate agreement nearing ratification, scientists are investigating how likely nations are to fulfill their pledges. One study suggests the United States, for one, may have been overly optimistic.
Some conservationists hope to use the monarch butterfly's signature charisma to rally public support for bees and other less-loved pollinators.
The UN’s endangered species body, CITES, hopes its members will not to support stronger elephant protections, which several African countries have called for. It says these protections could actually boost the ivory trade.
In December 2017, Germany will become the first country to have a long-distance passenger train line powered by hydrogen fuel cells, a development in keeping with its clean power conscious reputation.
The Republican presidential candidate has promised to either alter or abandon the deal if elected. What would a 'Parexit' look like?
The rusty patched bumble bee, which has seen a 91 percent decline since the late 1990s, would be the first in the continental US to receive protection under the Endangered Species Act.
Researchers with Hawaii's Division of Forestry and Wildlife are removing endangered Newell's shearwater chicks from their nests and transporting them to a wildlife refuge where they can be raised to adulthood.
The Paris Agreement is set to be ratified by many countries at the General Assembly at the UN this week. Officials are optimistic that the agreement will be ratified by the end of the year.
On Monday, the tech giant joined the RE100 campaign, a renewable energy initiative that includes some of the world's biggest companies. How robust is Apple's commitment to clean energy?
While a majority of Americans acknowledge that climate change exists, far fewer are eager to pick up the tab when it comes to fixing the issue, a new poll reveals.