A Swedish funded initiative hopes to include indigenous voices in the worldwide environmental discussion. The goal is to use the intimate environmental knowledge held by indigenous groups to create more effective climate policy worldwide.
After half a century of conservation efforts, scientists are seeing long-term growth in some populations of the globe’s seven species of sea turtles.
Finding paths of progress toward a greener planet shouldn't be left to governments alone, businesses play a key role in developing new technologies, says executive director of UN Environment.
In taking on the role of a green leader among developing nations, Morocco struggles to balance its investment in the future with the needs of today.
Hurricane Harvey has forced a number of refineries in Texas and Louisiana to slow or stop operation, resulting in increased gas prices across the nation.
Around two-thirds of cities are working with private companies to address urban water crises such as declining water quality, drought, and flooding, according to a new report.
Amid recent shark activity along Cape Cod, marine researchers urge beachgoers to practice "vigilance and respect" for shark ecosystems.
The multifaceted benefits of urban trees were detailed in a new study finding that cities with more trees reduce air pollution and protect people from heatwaves.