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President Trump's planned announcement to drastically shrink the national monument is drawing criticism from members of five Native American nations.
President Trump is set to announce a plan Monday to shrink the boundaries of Grand Staircase-Escalante and Bears Ears National Monument.
Evelyn Rydz says her interactive project is a meditation on daily, seemingly small decisions with global impacts.
New England could lose more than one million acres of forest cover over the next half century, Harvard researchers conclude.
A new team will focus on four sectors to curb climate emissions: transportation, waste, electricity and heat.
The 2017 nesting season was the most productive on record for a group of vulnerable Maine puffins, scientists with the Audubon Society said.
Here's a way to use nature to prepare for the impact of rising sea levels along the New England coastline.
The final phase of promised cleanup work has begun at the site of the new Wynn casino, which is set to open in June 2019.
In this high-volume world, do we need more stillness in our lives? We’ll tag along on one man’s quest to find silence in the middle of New York City all...
Massachusetts is sending a team of medical professionals to help with hurricane relief efforts in Puerto Rico.
Months after Hurricane Harvey unleashed some 60 inches of rain on Houston, many in Texas are still trying to recover.
Since the middle of the last century more than 90 percent of Isle de Jean Charles has dissolved into the southern Louisiana bayou.
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.