Join world leaders as they discuss ways to protect our ocean for the future of the world during the #OurOcean conference.
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.
A judge has struck down the government's limits on drilling in federal lands using hydraulic fracturing, saying that regulators overstepped their authority.
Plant pollination, from bees and other animals, is an important part of agriculture and food production. Learn what you can do to keep bees healthy.
The most progressive trade deal in history, TPP includes commitments to expand conservation and environmental protection across the Asia-Pacific region.
When it comes to making a difference, companies don’t have to be huge. Small companies found success helping workers and communities build better lives.
International trade means boatloads of grain, oil and lug nuts, right? You'll be surprised at how much environmental conservation happens through trade.
Reduce, reuse, recycle. The U.S. has been on a 50-year journey toward those goals, which are the focal point of World Environment Day, June 5.
Black soot produced by carbon-based fuels is falling on the Arctic Ocean, absorbing heat and accelerating melting. Arctic nations want to reduce soot.