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Western Europe and the U.S. are removing dams, but developing nations press for more hydropower. Albanians challenge Vjosa River dam construction.
The surprising new invention that may help clear the seas of the invasive lionfish: an underwater vacuum.
Climate change is is a threat for coastal cities. But some researchers see an opportunity to revitalize and rebrand northern communities.
Sea levels and flooding are on the rise, yet Charleston County, South Carolina, allowed 761 new homes in vulnerable areas over the past decade.
The feud between California and the Trump administration evokes a familiar tug of war over states’ rights. But have the players switched teams?
Climate action didn't end with the UN summit. Protestors are occupying roads around government offices to continue to demand legislative action.
Pockets of Houston are swapping pavement for prairie in hopes of dealing with increasingly intense flooding.
A small dairy farm that floats on waterways is being tested in the Netherlands as a way to bring animal products closer to the cities and save space.
She filed a petition with the Indian Supreme Court, saying the government fails to protect the environment, and joined Greta Thunberg at the U.N.
Oil made and broke Venezuela's economy. Now scientists are studying the effects of fossil fuels on the country's environment, as its glacier melts.
Climate change is wreaking havoc on the oceans, the latest IPCC report shows. But the seas also hold tremendous potential for mitigation.
At the U.N. Climate Action Summit, 77 countries committed to carbon neutrality by 2050. But activists and researchers worry those are empty promises.
Dutch engineers are shoring up its iconic 20-mile Afsluitdijk dam to survive intensifying storms and protect their $8.3 billion water sector.
As U.S. sheds mantle of scientific leadership, France becomes a magnet for climate scientists, with the rallying cry to “Make Our Planet Great Again.”
Protestors marched in thousands of cities and towns Friday in a youth-led movement to demand government action on climate change.
Researchers from 19 countries will go on the most complex mission ever attempted in the central Arctic to get an up-close look at climate change.
U.S. and Canadian bird populations have declined by 3 billion since 1970, according to a new study in Science.
Models underpin what we know about how climate change affects our planet. They aren’t perfect, but can they be trusted?
Jamaica lost most of its coral in the 1980s and 1990s, but the reefs are healing thanks to seafloor stewardship and fishing policy changes.
Hawaii has positioned itself as a pioneer in the quest to move toward a fossil fuel-free future. Its path may hold lessons for the rest of the U.S.
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