New analysis from the Brookings Institution suggests that transitioning to clean energy sources could open up a range of high-paying career paths.
The Billion Oyster Project aims to help restore New York Harbor, with the help of students from the Harbor School on Governors Island.
The severe flooding that inundated Nebraska last month washed away fields, bridges, and roads. But did it change minds about climate change?
Packaging-free shops like Precycle in Brooklyn offer consumers a way to purchase food without all the extra baggage.
Members of the Italian community take part in a reenactment of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ on Good Friday in Bensheim, southwest of Frankfurt, Germany, April 19.
Bea Johnson’s family produces just one jar of trash per year. Ms. Johnson shares how her family came to adopt this zero waste lifestyle.
A dangerous invasive species is ruining Florida’s reefs. The lionfish derby is one effort to curb this aquarium pet gone destructive.
The Netflix series 'Our Planet' debuts Friday, April 5. The creators hope the project will draw attention to climate change and deforestation.
Before the era of fossil fuels, buildings had to heat and cool themselves. Today, thoughtful design can help buildings do it again.
Toledo, Ohio, isn’t the first community to try to enshrine “rights of nature” into law.
District Judge Rudolph Contreras ruled the U.S. government must consider the cumulative nature of climate change when leasing public lands for oil and gas drilling. His ruling will block drilling across about 500 square miles in Wyoming.
Fed up with pollution-driven algae blooms on Lake Erie, residents of Toledo, Ohio, last month established the ‘Lake Erie Bill of Rights,’ marking a shift in how the law views humanity’s relationship with nature.
One-size-fits-all agriculture has robbed Indonesia’s peatlands of their moisture. Now the country is working to restore these historic swamps by embracing rather than fighting their boggy nature.
California is pulling National Guard troops from the U.S.-Mexico border to help prevent wildfires. The state is doubling its efforts to thin miles of forest after the drought left millions of trees dead. The effort has drawn criticism from both environmentalists and President Donald Trump.
Dozens of cities across the country have already banned foam plastic containers, but Hawaii’s effort could be the first state-wide. Discarded, slow-to-degrade plastic has shown up at sea and on beaches. But local eateries worry about the higher costs of biodegradable containers.