Some of the world’s largest, most spectacular and unheralded mammals are silently slipping away, due to more than disease and habitat fragmentation, deforestation or wildlife trade.
Check in on the progress of habitat restoration projects in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Alaska.
Diesel fuel from a 21,000-ton oil spill in the Russian Arctic has reached a freshwater lake that serves as a gateway into the Arctic Ocean, Russian officials announced.
Texas A&M public health researchers studied the correlation between China’s ban on importing plastic wastes and the environmental health of a community near a waste incinerator in Pennsylvania.
UK consumers are likely to be exposed to larger amounts of more toxic chemicals in their food if trade negotiators from the US have their way, warns a new report out today.
America's marine economy is an entrepreneurial engine at the forefront of an expanding ocean frontier.
Bristol must make significant changes to its transport sector in order to meet its 2030 carbon neutral target, according to a new report led by a team of postgraduate students at the University of Bristol.
Over the past 200 years, the population of the United States has grown more than 40-fold to an estimated 328 million, with 81% of the population living in an urban area.
Tim Leiby had wrapped up a fun but fruitless early-morning turkey hunt and was enjoying an old John Wayne flick when I arrived at Willow Lodge near Blain, Pennsylvania.
New tool aims to help government and nongovernment agencies make informed decisions as they work to conserve and protect our planet’s most vulnerable species.
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