China’s overfishing and pollution harm the world’s oceans [video]
By engaging in illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing around the world, China destroys invaluable marine ecosystems. Learn more here.
On the rise in America: Bachelor’s degrees in environmental science
More and more students in the United States are earning bachelor's degrees in environmental science. Learn what's involved.
Illegal fishing threatens food supplies, livelihoods
Illegal fishing costs countries around the world billions each year. Learn more about how the U.S. is helping combat this practice.
Chinese fishing fleet threatens Galápagos Islands’ wildlife
The People's Republic of China supports fishing fleets that threaten wildlife and local economies, including near the Galápagos Islands.
U.S. ‘game changers’ continue to lead tech innovation
The World Economic Forum has honored many U.S. companies for technological advances. See how U.S. innovators are improving how we live.
For Earth Day 2020, download this free poster
Earth Day, first marked in the United States in 1970, has grown into a worldwide commemoration in its 50th year. Download our Earth Day poster.
U.S. sends firefighters to Australia to help fight blazes
The United States is sending firefighters and wildfire specialists to Australia to help fight the fires that have already consumed millions of hectares.
U.S. trains Kenyan pilots to fight poachers more effectively
A U.S. grant will train Kenya Wildlife Service pilots to fly gyroplanes in their fight against poaching, a major source of funding for terrorism.
Celebrating pollinators on Earth Day [poster]
Bees, butterflies and other pollinators are in danger. We rely on them for food. This poster can help raise awareness. Protect pollinators.