Farmers in the Himalayan foothills can now grow more of their own fruits and vegetables.
As Florida warms up, coastal mangroves are on the move, and that could be bad news for other ecosystems.
When the IPCC climate report came out last year, Canada’s environment minister had planned to say something mildly sensible, then thought better of it.
No one was hurt, but the disaster drove people from their homes and was “too close for comfort,” said the local mayor.
Climate scientists trying study a melting iceberg were trapped for more than a week after sea ice engulfed their vessel. No, that doesn’t disprove climate change.
The environmental news this year was full of ups and downs, twists and turns, and deeply conflicted protagonists.
Sea-level rise could inundate the habitats of one out of every six endangered and threatened species in the U.S. Here’s what we can do to help.
In December 2008, a million gallons of fly-ash sludge polluted Tennessee land and rivers. Since then, the EPA has done little to protect Americans from similar accidents.
As if we didn’t already have enough filthy, inefficient, unconventional oil-extraction techniques in use in North America, here’s one more.