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International environmental security experts are calling for greater coordination among countries to fight environmental crimes including wildlife trafficking, illegal trade in timber and the dumping of electronic waste—which adds up to billions in illegal profits.
To draw attention to the huge amount of waste created by single-use plastic water bottles, reusable bottle brand Bobble has tapped all well-tread commercial cliches to reach the exact same audience.
Medical groups have urged state to study impacts on local water.
U.S. Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse told Jamestowners that the amount of carbon in the air has now passed 400 parts per million for the first time in human history. However, he said, many of the critics are realizing the reality of climate change.
Work created by a transition to clean energy would more than offset the loss of fossil fuel jobs by 2050, researchers say.
Two years after Calgary's great flood, what is being done to prepare for the next one?
The amount of coal used to produce power has nearly quadrupled in India since 1990, alleviating India’s energy access problem and contributing to poverty reduction.
Epigenetics and behaviorism suggest the ancient Greeks were right.
The United States and Cuba signed an agreement Wednesday to join forces and protect the vast array of fish and corals they share as countries separated by just 90 miles.
It took decades for the stand of hardwood trees near Lake Texoma to grow tall. It took less than a day for 3,000 gallons of drilling wastewater to destroy them.
U.S. lawmakers are to decide whether to ban personal care products containing microbeads – minuscule pieces of plastic considered harmful to the environment – after proposed legislation was approved by a bipartisan committee.
Overwhelmed NSA surprised to discover its own surveillance 'goldmine' on Venezuela's oil executives.
A top-secret NSA document describes how an analyst stumbled across internal communications from the state-owned Petróleos de Venezuela, highlighting serious issues with the agency's indiscriminate collection practices.
An advocacy group gives lessons on air pollution – and lobbying for changes in public policy.
Conservationists and angling organisations argue Defra and Environment Agency are failing in their legal duty to protect rivers and wetlands from agricultural pollution.
A new gene that makes bacteria highly resistant to a last-resort class of antibiotics has been found in people and pigs in China - including in samples of bacteria with epidemic potential, researchers said on Wednesday.
Religion needs a revolutionary shift, taking responsibility for our "common home" and rejecting fundamentalism, to point humanity to better, wiser solutions for problems like climate change, say religious leaders meeting in Italy.
Canada's environmental review of existing applications for crude oil pipeline projects is continuing despite the new Liberal government's plans to make the assessment process more robust, Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr said on Wednesday.
Ethiopia expects to open a tender to buy additional wheat after purchasing one million tonnes to tackle extreme food shortages due to drought, a senior official said on Wednesday.
On Tuesday, more than a dozen protesters demonstrated (with a couch) outside Pier 1’s Fort Worth headquarters, calling on the retailer to stop selling furniture with flame retardants.
The Supreme Court nullified the authorization granted by the executive branch to cultivate genetically-modified soy in Campeche and Yucatán.