In West Africa, rainfall has dropped, temperatures have risen and wildlife has dwindled in one of the most biodiverse forest habitats in the world. But there is a reason for hope.
From soup and juice to salsa and mayo, turning food waste into new edible products is a growing industry.
This duo is rebuilding bee habitats with a 13-mile stretch of pollinator gardens through Newport News, Virginia.
Facing the loss of a resource that has supported generations of fishing families, this community set out to protect the pristine waters of southeast Alaska — and it's working.
In just a few decades, water went from a common resource to an incredibly popular packaged commodity with a serious environmental footprint.
And the outdated reason we're still voting on a Tuesday.
From ghost nets to dead turtles, the founder of the Ocean Voyages Institute shares what they find hauling plastic waste out of the Pacific Ocean.
The Tongass National Forest is the world's largest intact temperate forest. Trump plans to open it up for logging but the tribes who live there are taking a stand.
Onions and peaches tainted with salmonella spread all around the country this summer, triggering nationwide recalls.
Take it from me, the climate crisis is here. But we can still fight it.