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If you haven't seen it already, you will: the faux fur craze that is taking over retailers at all price points this season.
Banning trophy hunting doesn’t solve everything, writes Carl Safina. But in Africa, it’s one answer to poaching, cynicism, hypocrisy, corruption and the wildlife crisis.
In a rare move, a group of 13 young people convinced a judge to give them standing in a court case against Enbridge Energy.
Officials at TransCanada say they are unsure why the Keystone pipeline leaked about 210,000 gallons of oil in South Dakota on Thursday.
"Outside/In" looks at the history of the "Northern Pass" and hydro energy in Canada.
The Northern Pass transmission project that would carry hydropower from Canada to more than a million homes in southern New England.
Wildlife activists say reversing the Obama-era ban on importing elephant hunting trophies from Africa to the U.S. puts elephants at risk.
Years of talk and planning are turning to action this month in La Push, Washington. Different communities are working on moving critical facilities to higher ground.
The governor of Washington state said Tuesday that President Trump’s decision to pull out of the Paris climate accord has only encouraged other countries to redouble their efforts to combat...
USA Today reporter Fredreka Schouten grew up on St. Croix, and family members including her brother still live there.
The tuna population is bouncing back, but fishermen and conservationists disagree on what the next steps should be.
The United States now stands alone, the world's only country not in the Paris agreement.
Irina Zhorov of WHYY's The Pulse looks at one story of what happens when natural history collections bow to other priorities.
In a series of paintings as fascinating as they are disturbing, artist Alexis Rockman depicts his vision of the Great Lakes.
Saving African elephants and other species from extinction will take serious police work. That's why conservation officers from Africa traveled to Colorado recently.
Safe, drinkable water is still hard to find in much of Puerto Rico nearly a month and a half after Hurricane Maria tore into the island.
The musicians say that navigating their grief through music helped them find the presence of mind to take action.
Thousands of military personnel, many of them from the National Guard, are among the people helping Puerto Rico's recovery effort.
Much of the U.S. territory could be without electricity even longer than expected after Hurricane Maria.
Pollution levels in some areas of Delhi have reached 30 times the World Health Organization's recommended limit.