The rate of photosynthesis has increased dramatically over the past century. Plants have been shielding us from some of the effects of climate change.
The Mediterranean island nation of Malta is the scene of migratory bird massacres twice a year. Why do they continue to do it?
The man who formed the first Audubon Society was educated by Audubon's widow and found a way to unite men and women in the conservation movement.
Deforestation in Brazil’s Amazon increased sharply in 2016. The government must take steps to protect the world’s largest rain forest.
A new solar process utilizing nanoparticles has to potential to nearly double the energy output per unit area of solar panels.
Before WWII, American businesses began embracing “creative waste”—the idea that throwing things away and buying new ones could fuel a strong economy.
David George Haskell's book The Song of the Trees: Stories From Nature's Great Connectors, explores trees' connections with various communities.
Are the increasing jellyfish blooms in our oceans the result of global temperature changes?
The meltwater stonefly, an insect on the leading edge of climate change, is in danger because its frigid mountain habitat is rapidly disappearing.
After decades of environmental disaster, fish and wildlife may rebound to Central Asia's Aral Sea, but the lake will never be restored to its former glory.