A first of its kind study on the impacts of climate change and industrial-scale fishing highlights the need for multinational cooperation on conservation and fighting climate change.
In countries with effective systems for managing waste, consumer products that go down drains and runoff from roads are causing more pollution than larger plastics.
The lentil-sized pellets, which are highly toxic to wildlife, have swarmed nearly three quarters of Britain's coastline, with more than 100,000 of them washing up on one messy stretch.
A 2 percent loss of oxygen in the world's oceans could dramatically affect sea life, especially in areas already suffering from dead zones.
A massive chunk of ice just broke away from Pine Island Glacier. Scientists are calling it an aftershock.
Canadian glaciers account for a huge portion of Arctic ice. As the planet warms, meltwater is eating away at them at an astonishing rate.
India's rapidly worsening air pollution now rivals China in terms of related premature deaths every year, according to new research.
Everything from dogs and blimps to Gamma-ray imaging systems and video surveillance is used to prevent people from crossing the U.S.-Mexico border, making the prospect of a wall seem obsolete.