Switching to solar and wind will reduce groundwater use

Environmental defense: a risk of death in Latin America

Flooding level shown against a speed limit sign in Finchfield, IA.

Scientists declare climate emergency, establish global indicators for effective action

Switching electricity generation from coal to renewables can rapidly reduce CO2 emissions.

The truth behind the Paris Agreement climate pledges

Donald Trump speaking at a press conference.

Trump says goodbye to the Paris Agreement

Forest degradation through selective logging.

In Southeast Asia, illegal hunting is a more threat to wildlife than forest degradation

Busy street in China.

China's carbon emissions growth slows

President of Chile Sebastián Piñera,

Piñera cancels APEC and COP25 summit in Chile

University of South Carolina archaelogists collect core samples from White Pond near Elgin, South Carolina.

Did an extraterrestrial impact trigger the extinction of ice-age animals?

Shark swimming in the ocean while watching its fin protruding from the water.

Colombian Government authorizes shark fishing and the use of its fins

Assorted plastic bottles

Rethinking the science of plastic recycling

Silver-studded blue butterfly

Scientists identify British butterflies most threatened by climate change

PEMEX brand price board.

Mexico: what is going on with the Paris Agreement?

Can of spray paint

How aerosols affect our climate

Landscape and aerial photography of icebergs on body of water during daytime.

Has global warming stopped?

This is a bee covered by pollen.

Biodiversity improves crop production

Man raising a handful of earth.

Chile's biggest drought is not a children's thing

Catalina Silva, Julieta Itzcovich and Bruno Rodríguez.

3 young Latin Americans fight for the environment

This new porous coordination polymer has propeller-shaped molecular structures that enables selectively capturing CO2

New material captures carbon dioxide

Polystyrene pollution at the tide's edge.

Sunlight degrades polystyrene much faster than expected

Alberto Carrasquilla

Colombia: Why is Alberto Carrasquilla Minister of Environment Ad Hoc?

Coastal home

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