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.
After decades of building cars for GM, Toyota and Volkswagen, Mexico now has the homegrown engineering talent and skilled labor to stand on its own.
In his first remarks to agency staff, EPA administrator Scott Pruitt outlined a more limited role for the government's environmental watchdog, and warned employees against overreach.
The loss of about 25,000 elephants at Gabon's Minkébé National Park highlights how sanctuaries can inadvertently make animals easy targets to poachers.
The discovery of more than 100 seeds in northern China could offer insight into ancient crop varieties and the food people ate two millennia ago.
Conservationists, scientists and EPA staff fear what's to come under the leadership of a man who built a career around suing the agency he now heads.