An American environmental group signed an agreement with Chile’s government to donate huge tracts of land for new national parks.
The U.S. gives the green light to build the Keystone XL pipeline, which would carry oil from Canada to refineries along the Texas Gulf Coast once complete.
Internet giant Google uses "Doodles," little cartoons on its search page, to increase awareness about wildlife conservation around the world.
Peak-hours demand for energy in Southern California will soon be covered by batteries instead of plants burning natural gas.
The Cerro Verde copper mine built a wastewater treatment plant for Arequipa, Peru, solving the town's clean water needs as well as its own.
World leaders making up the International Union for Conservation of Nature World Conservation Congress travel to Hawaii for the 2016 conference.
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.