We are thrilled to announce that Kate Olson's essay Dis-Ease has won the 2021 John Burroughs Nature Essay Award.
New wind and solar power projects in China, Europe, and the US spurred 45 percent rise in capacity.
In Point Reyes National Seashore, the National Park Service caters to cattle industry profits over the preservation of public land.
A new report puts into focus for the first time the scope of the state’s drinking-water problems and what it will take to fix them.
Electrification of cars and home boilers is best choice to fight the climate crisis, say scientists.
With climate change poised to increase drought vulnerability, experts point to the need for action.
Green iguana and tegu owners must now get their reptiles microchipped like any conventional pet.
How an eclectic band of lawyers came together to build the case against the agribusiness giant’s toxic herbicides, Roundup and Ranger Pro.
Research pointing to origins of this rare canine could aid conservation efforts.
More than 400 climate scientists sign letter saying activists are being targeted at pivotal time in fight against global heating.
Recent court decision is a setback for the planned Black Forty mine, but it is not the end of the project.
Nestlé, accused of taking millions more gallons than it is entitled to, receives draft cease-and-desist order from state officials.
Most global food models either underestimate global food supply or overestimate demand and thus tend to predict a crisis even when there isn't one.
Grounding the ambition of the climate summit in policy design and implementation will be tough work.
Move comes as the US scrambles to regain international credibility after the climate denialist presidency of Donald Trump.
In Colombia, activists and scientists are boosting mega-dam resistance by showing the cumulative impacts of these destructive projects.
States should put at least as much effort into reducing water use as they do into litigation, because there are no guaranteed winners in water lawsuits.