New Zealand is home to one of the highest proportions of threatened species in the world. Desperate to save its beloved wildlife, the archipelago nation is seizing on a drastic and controversial strategy: kill all the predators.
As the effects of climate change become more apparent in Zimbabwe, traditional farming methods, like no-till farming, which is proving, in some cases, to increase productivity and save money, gain a rekindled reputation.
Hong Kong’s approval of a ban on ivory sales could stem ivory trade in Asia, but acquiescing to traders’ demands for compensation could spur more elephant poaching in Africa.
While almost every other industrial economy in the world joins in the fight against global warming with green-energy efforts, President Trump remains loyal to fossil fuel.
Five years of losses has prompted the parent company to consider shuttering the infamous plant as nuclear power plants around the US fail to compete with generating stations that burn plentiful and inexpensive natural gas to produce electricity.
Honeybees have been struggling for decades, but a recent survey found the lowest winter loss of beekeepers' colonies since the survey began in 2006.
The Trump administration would put the burden of such policies on states and local governments.
The country plans to expand its scientific research programs on the icy continent amid growing environmental concerns associate with rising temperatures there.
Henderson Island is extremely remote, but researchers still found 38 million pieces of trash washed up on the beaches of the UNESCO World Heritage site.
Officials detected no radiation release after the tunnel collapse at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation, a site that stores radioactive waste.
Some delegates just want the US to remain at the table, even if it means the nation scales back its pledge to cut back on emissions.
The Indian River Lagoon is being repeatedly subjected to harmful algal blooms, the result of farm runoff and other pollutants tied to a recent influx of people into the region.