Extraordinary new limits introduced to require municipal utilities to remove six PFAS compounds from drinking water.
Critics say the project is a ‘carbon bomb’ that runs counter to president’s climate goals.
After almost 20 years of talks, United Nations member states agree on legal framework for parts of the ocean outside national boundaries.
Conservationists condemn latest cull as ‘trophy hunting’, while hunters admit it is ‘about the excitement.’
A small favela in Rio shows how it’s done by building its own sustainable sanitation and energy systems.
Companies currently have more control than ever over what farmers and other consumers can do with the products they buy.
'The biggest realization for a lot of people is that there is life in New York’s Harbor.'
The Iberian lynx — one of the world's most endangered cats — made a giant leap toward a comeback in just a few years, easing the way for other species to follow in its path.
Once deemed crazy, conceptual public art projects imagining climate changed coastlines are now seen as prescient.
They include multiple carcinogens and chemicals that are toxic to aquatic life.
The release of body camera footage and permit challenge come as one Atlanta Police Foundation board member steps down.
'The Water Defender’s' telling of how a small group of El Salvadorians took on global mining interests is inspiring and empowering.
Droughts, wildfires, and heat waves are putting unprecedented strain on newts. With help, scientists hope, they may be able to persevere.
What urban beekeepers want you to know about life through the eyes of a metropolis-loving pollinator.
Zoos kill otherwise healthy animals for a wide variety of self-serving reasons and call it 'management euthanasia.'