For the first time in recorded human history, the Arctic is completely surrounded by open water, new satellite images reveal.
Ecuador's proposed constitution includes an article that grants nature the right to 'exist, persist, maintain and regenerate its vital cycles, structure, functions and its processes in evolution.'
Using a rare veto, the Environmental Protection Agency rejected a federal plan Tuesday for the Army Corps of Engineers to build the world’s largest water pump in the Mississippi Delta.
More and more permit them to travel on state roads where speed limits are low.
Zhang Yadong provokes and soothes government on environmental issues
Community-based tourism helps preserve local environments by supporting residents
Melting glaciers, drier wetlands, warmer winters in Alaska, where global warming is felt most keenly.
A group of prominent marine scientists has presented its 'Honolulu Declaration on Ocean Acidification and Reef Management'
US and state officials start to boost firefighting budgets and weigh other reforms.
Researchers track China’s plume of pollution. What effect did Olympic hiatus have?
To researchers’ chagrin, measures that might save more of the rare animals have been held up by the White House.
The concern: As the Arctic continues to warm and the permafrost begins to thaw, significant amounts of carbon will find their way into the atmosphere.
Watching Topical Storm Faye sweep through Florida, I'm reminded of HGTV's Dream Home 2008 grand prize.
German engineers have developed a way to dampen the humming noise that prompts complaints from those who live near the turbines.
Government scientists patrolling the skies off Alaska's northwest coast say they observed nine polar bears swimming in open water, prompting some environmentalists to raise concerns about the species' survival in a warming world.
There are services that will let you recycle them, and a greener disc may be on the way.