In May 2009, villagers armed with torches chased elephants off a cliff in West Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. Six elephants died, including a calf that was stabbed after falling.
In a desert 13,000 feet above sea level, a remarkable man is taking on the global warming challenge—and winning.
Bio-concrete could turn houses, schools, and factories into giant water filters to produce drinking water from rain
Coal plants, landfills, and cows all release methane, a powerful greenhouse gas.
Erik Vance reviews Blue Mind by Wallace J.
A time-honored artisanal endeavor is quietly articulating a 21st century version of industrial production.
Water hyacinth is something of a wonder plant when it comes to ridding water of contaminants.
It turns out that most people aren’t very good at answering that question. According to a new study, people tend to think their water use is about half the actual amount.
Public misconceptions about regional environmental problems may make protective policies more difficult to pass
In the paramos in Colombia, SABMiller is working with other private- and public-sector organizations to save the country’s threatened natural water reserves.