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Around the world, women averaged an additional 173 extra hours of unpaid child care through October of last year.
A federal bill that includes "extended producer responsibility" for waste is dividing environmentalists and renewing questions about corporate support.
The Interior Department probe will identify Indigenous children who died at schools the U.S. government forced them into for assimilation into white culture.
For everyone who is trans, nonbinary, gender-nonconforming, or questioning their gender identity, this project is for you.
Some Filipino Americans look to St. Malo as proof of their belonging in the U.S. What happens when it disappears?
An unlikely alliance of ranchers, Indigenous communities and environmentalists is trying to save the Owyhee Canyonlands.
Deforestation, biodiversity loss and carbon emissions are lower on land governed by Indigenous communities, says a new United Nations report.
The world's 60 biggest banks have provided $3.8 trillion to fossil fuel companies since the Paris climate agreement in 2016, according to a new report.
The boreal forest is threatened by climate change and human activity. Without urgent action, it could reach a terrifying tipping point.
New research reveals the scale of the money that continues to flow to the dirtiest fossil fuel, despite the accelerating climate crisis.
Seagrasses don't get as much attention as coral reefs, but these "hidden forests" store carbon, keep the water clear and are a vital habitat for marine life.
To erase its massive climate footprint, Ikea needs to change how it makes its products and how you buy them.
Coronavirus vaccine hesitancy is surprisingly high among health care workers. Could cash incentives help?
Coal is in a death spiral — but it's far from clear when the final coal plant will close.
Vague definitions of “corporate social responsibility” and the voluntary nature of much corporate climate reporting have allowed companies to escape scrutiny.
Climate, health and social justice experts tell us how we can come out of the coronavirus crisis better than before.
As the climate crisis worsens, the coronavirus pandemic rages, and Joe Biden prepares to take office, a look at big environmental stories that could define the next year.
Unwanted items are more than just a logistical problem — they have the potential to become a mountain of waste.
The mayors will distribute the money as no-strings-attached cash payments to hundreds of residents in their cities.
The food we grow and eat influences every aspect of our cities, our communities and ourselves. But in a world of global food monopolies, how can we future-proof food?