Portion of Earth Day 2018 poster (State Dept./D. Woolverton)

For Earth Day 2018, download this free poster

Marine animals around the world are threatened by plastic trash overwhelming our oceans. Download this free Earth Day poster and spread the word!
Men mining (USAID/Sandra Coburn)

Mining diamonds in Africa while supporting the community

In Côte d’Ivoire, a growing number of artisanal mining operations use techniques that help them find more diamonds while protecting the environment.

These trucks will soon deliver cleaner air

Trucks move 70 percent of U.S. freight, but they emit as much CO2 as 130 coal plants. That’s why President Obama's new fuel-economy standards are crucial.
Natural gas tanks (Shutterstock)

U.S. is net exporter of natural gas, thanks to innovation

Extracting formerly unrecoverable natural gas and transporting it in new ways is changing energy markets and offering greater security around the world.

On the march for elephants and rhinos

The ground will move October 3 to 4 as the Global March for Elephants and Rhinos thunders through your area. These animals are being hunted to extinction.

Working together to grow clean energy in India

Clean energy and smart tech will boost India's economy and bring global benefits, so leaders in both the United States and India are making it a priority.

Keeping the planet cool takes cash

Investment in research, development and installation of clean energy technologies is critical to limit global warming.
Fluffy white weasel standing on hind legs in snow (© National Geographic/Michael S. Quinton)

For World Wildlife Day, check out these cool photos

As you mark World Wildlife Day on March 3, take a look at this collection of cool animal photos — wildlife in their wintry U.S. habitats.

Save our oceans (and score a free poster)

The ocean ecosystem regulates climate, produces oxygen, and feeds about three billion people. But our oceans may not be able to provide these benefits much longer.