Transportation is one of the largest sources of carbon pollution. See how the U.S. government and auto industry are lowering emissions.
This Earth Day, learn what the United States is doing to help mitigate the effects of the climate crisis for a healthier planet.
From April 13–14, leaders from government and private organizations gathered in Palau to discuss the climate crisis and saving the ocean.
Private and public sectors in the United States are working to combat plastic pollution in landfills and in the ocean. Learn more here.
From Puerto Rico to Alaska, there are a number of rainforests located within the United States. Learn more about them here.
Earth Day is on April 22. Spend the day thinking about how you can reduce your carbon footprint and support our planet.
Since passing the Endangered Species Act in 1973, the United States has helped save nearly extinct creatures. Meet six of them here.
Learn about the upcoming Our Ocean Conference, April 13–14 in Palau, hosted jointly by Palau and the United States.
U.S. citizens are helping out in the Indo-Pacific, educating students and protecting the environment. Learn about their efforts.