Interpol issued a list of the world's most wanted environmental fugitives and asks the public for help in tracking them down.
Scientists project that the number of lightning strikes in the US will increase by 50 percent by the end of the century.
400 People Bury Their Heads in the Sand to Protest Australian Prime Minister's Stance on Climate Change
Tony Abbott has called climate science 'crap' and as host of the upcoming G20 summit has refused to make climate change a priority.
The US and China account for roughly half of the world's annual carbon pollution and environmental groups are pushing the two countries to increase their commitments on reducing emissions.
Republican Cory Gardner, speaking at 2013 conservative conference, said environmentalists are killing jobs but the 'shale revolution' will ultimately be won.
Despite a sobering outlook from America's military planners, skeptics in Washington are unlikely to change their minds on climate change anytime soon.
The Namibian government is attempting drastic measures after 14 animals have been killed so far in 2014. It hopes that by selling the horn legally black market sales will collapse.
The green group targeted the world’s largest toy maker due to concerns about Shell’s oil exploration in the Arctic and successfully brought to an end a fifty year-old arraignment between the two companies.
The billionaire owners of Walmart supported a successful campaign by Arizona’s largest utility to charge households and businesses for installing solar panels, and donated $4.5 million to groups opposed to renewable energy programs.
Researchers have discovered for the first time a possible link between extreme weather events and the rate of male stillbirths.
In a provocative editorial two scientists suggested ditching efforts to keep temperatures from rising two degrees Celsius from those before the Industrial Revolution.
America’s booming fracking industry will put the US atop the list of petroleum producing nations for the first time since 1991.
Global animal populations dropped 52 percent between 1970 and 2010, driven largely by high levels of consumption in rich nations and at the expense of poor ones.
ExxonMobil was forced to suspend cooperation with a Russian company two days after announcing they had struck oil in the Arctic Ocean.
In a mass exodus, top firms like Google, Facebook, and Uber have all left the free-market focused organization with ties to the Koch brothers.
Governments pledged to halt destruction of the world’s forests. But conservationists warn that words – and billions of dollars in aid – aren’t enough to halt a leading cause of climate change.
While the People's Climate March will highlight a UN summit on climate change, elements of the movement are calling for more direct action.
It's doubtful that America can develop a long-term energy policy on the assumption that fossil fuel extraction will continue at current levels.