Since Europeans arrived Koalas have been booming and busting
The Icebreaker Wind project is situated on a north-south flyway for millions of birds that migrate over Lake Erie every spring and fall.
In 1904, a chestnut blight (Cryphonectria parasitica) was accidentally introduced to North America from the introduction of Japanese chestnut trees into the United States for commercial purposes. Since then they have become exceedingly rare.
Alternative pesticides -- including 'organic' pesticides -- are far more harmful to bees.
There is no evidence to suggest that the oceans are becoming less of a great habitat for marine life due to rising atmospheric CO2.
The rulemaking efforts toward protecting public health and safety and environmental quality needs to include a focus on energy reliability,
Why don’t African black lives and ecological values matter? Or impacts in and beyond Virginia?
Some Chinese seek to obtain an animal's strength by eating or drinking products made from it. Watch out jaguars!
In the UK, Friends of the Earth wants to make wipes both less useful and less available, calling for “an end to synthetic fibres, like plastic, in wet wipes; Better, clearer messaging on wet wipes to prevent them from being flushed down toilets; and a ban on the marketing of any single-use wipes as flushable.
The Green-Left won't want to admit America's environmental success.
Found throughout most of Canada and the United States, the muskrat is an animal, often resembling but not related to the beaver, that can be found swimming or scurrying along many marshes, lakes, rivers, ponds and streams.
In a proclamation issued June 5, President Trump lifted a fishing ban on 4,000 miles of the Northeast Canyons and Seamounts National Monument, located about 130 miles off the New England coast.
It took 13 months and 15 days to construct the Empire State Building. It took 11 years to construct the Freedom Tower, which opened 2014 adjacent to where the Twin Towers once stood.
Despite their Clark Kent-like outward appearance, these worms are actually pretty special because they have a superpower: They can degrade polystyrene plastic.
Alan Levinovitz begins Natural: How faith in nature’s goodness leads to harmful fads, unjust laws, and flawed science by asking the question, “How can we live in harmony with nature?” A better question might be, “Should we?”