A new migration crisis looms on the horizon. Where will people go when a changing climate renders their homelands uninhabitable? And what can governments do about it?
Would you buy wolf-friendly meat? That's one idea Carol Bogezi has to help cattle ranchers in Washington state learn to live with wolves.
The consequences of plastic waste for humanity could be more severe than climate change.
Canada is pushing forward on its initiative to rid the country of coal-fired power plants by 2030 and put a minimum national price on carbon by 2019.
Water wars aren't new in India. But last week was the first time in recent history that civilians died, after protests turned ugly in the southern city of Bangalore.
Areas of the world that are untouched by humans are disappearing — and that's a big problem, researchers say.
Researchers say the dramatic drop, revealed by a three-year aerial study, is largely due to poaching.
The agency's budget is now more than 50 percent dedicated to fighting forest fires, which takes away from what the agency could do for preservation and recreation.
An Indian elephant wandered into Bangladesh where it ran amok before being tranquilized and nearly downing in a pond, before villages jumped into the water and held it up.
Miner key: Julia Wolfe’s Pulitzer-Prize winning oratorio about coal country.
In their book, "Paradise Lot," gardeners Eric Toensmeier and Jonathan Bates tell personal stories of creating a food forest of perennial plants and finding romance in the process.