Rural Kenyans are teaming up with charities and the government to help protect the country's wetlands, a natural safeguard against disaster such as floods and droughts.
In this edition: Solar and wind expand globally even with less money being spent on them; California farmers adapting to new weather extremes; river cleanups and the residents who live nearby.
Ridhima, the daughter of an environmental activist, is concerned about the lasting effects of climate change on her future.
A global ban on horn trade remains in place but a proposal to end the domestic ban was initiated from private rhino owners who say they need to harvest and sell horns from live animals to afford spiraling security costs over protecting the rhinos from poachers.
Despite a rollback of environmental regulations by the Trump administration, utilities may continue their shift away from coal.
As California transitions from devastating drought into one of the wettest periods in decades, farmers are seeking new ways to protect their fields from whipsaw weather extremes.
In this edition: Trump's effort to dismantle Obama's Clean Power; a rising mind-set of shared sacrifice regarding water in the West; progress in Flint.
The Los Angeles River and Washington's Anacostia River could become tests of how well communities can balance new development with opportunities for longstanding residents.
Utah prairie dogs live to dig another day, thanks to an appeals court ruling.
There have been many reported sightings, but one, in particular, was enough to get scientists to begin the search for a creature thought to have gone extinct in 1936.
As governments make commitments on emissions – or fail to do so – questions of follow-through increasingly lands in court. Vienna's airport is a case in point.
President Trump's executive order rolls back a number of Obama-era climate change initiatives. Meanwhile, China is pushing ahead with its efforts to curb human-caused climate change.