Artists often help people make sense of the world. As climate change impacts daily life, art is more often raising awareness and offering support.
Native to the Arctic, a snowy owl has been spotted in Washington D.C.’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. Snowy owls seldom migrate south of the Great Lakes.
Amid climate “doomerism,” what can be done to fight global warming? A lot, it turns out. And female scientists are at the forefront.
Tree-planting projects come with big promises that prove hard to keep. One activist has found a recipe for success by taking it one tree at a time.
On Thursday, 32 scientists will set sail on a research ship headed for Antarctica. As part of the crew, robot ship Boaty McBoatface will explore beneath Thwaites. Studying the widest glacier in t...
The golden jackal was once found mostly east of the Balkans. But now it is appearing across Europe, including Italy, and ecologists aren't sure why.
Spotted owl populations have continued to decline in the Pacific Northwest as the invasive barred owl becomes more prevalent in old-growth forests.
With the help of a Mexican community, scientists have succeeded in reintroducing a small, extinct fish, called the “tequila splitfin,” into its native habitat.
In January, California will require food waste to be recycled. Instead of going into landfills, it must be composted or made into biofuel or energy.
The long-mighty oil industry is under pressure due to climate change. Yet concerns about energy-price inflation reveal public ambivalence.
Fashion-forward France wants to become a leader in eco-friendly clothing production. Part of that strategy is promoting items that are made locally.
Students at a Mississippi high school are volunteering to help raise oysters. Their goal? Protect the local ecosystem. These oysters help restore depleted reefs, critical to coastal ecosystems, p...
Manatees in Florida are facing starvation due to man-made causes, which has prompted the government to think of innovative ways to feed the beloved animals. One limited proposal is to feed them u...
At the Coral Resilience Lab in Hawaii, researchers have figured out how to genetically breed corals that are more resistant to climate change. Despite concerns about over-meddling in nature, they...
“Advanced recycling” is an industry label for turning old plastics to new uses. Critics say it does little to address problems of waste and emissions.
Thousands of monarch butterflies have migrated to California, after a stark showing last year. Conservationists are thrilled but not yet relieved.
Conserving Kenya’s Kirisia Forest is no easy task. Involving local communities – and women – is helping.
The whole world is heating up. So who should pay for that? That fundamental question of fairness lies at the heart of countries’ wrangling over justice and climate change.
As water extremes swing from flood to drought, sometimes in the same place, an ancient system of rainwater storage holds a promising solution to both.
Voters in the United Kingdom support a net-zero future. But when it comes to paying for electric car zones, their green enthusiasm changes.