10 years of experimental warming caused phytoplankton to take in more carbon

A small piece of positive news for climate change.

Just a handful of tiger subspecies remain in the wild — here they are

Learn more about this charismatic carnivore!

Microfibers from clothes are killing fish and ending up on our plates

Fleece jackets and yoga pants are to blame.

Yellow fever is killing thousands of rare monkeys in Brazil

The forests are silent now.

Scientists call out Pruitt’s false view of climate change

These “alternative facts” go against 150 years of research.

The invasive snakes on Guam are indirectly killing the forest

No part of the ecosystem is exempt.

An artificial renewable energy ‘paradise’ island will be built in the North Sea

When up and running, it will provide affordable energy for 80 million people.

Meet your maker: 5 ways humans are making animals extinct

Plus a look at some of the animals that have recently been lost from the planet.

Restoring native plants boosts pollination

Removing invasive plants and restoring native ones does a great deal to help pollination, a new study finds.

First images of the Amazonian reef released by Greenpeace

More like Amazingonian reef, am I right?

The world lost 7% of its pristine forests since 2000

Some countries might lose all their virgin forests in the next 20 years.

New high-tech shelter reminds us that Chernobyl is still deadly, thirty years after the meltdown

The new one is much better than the last one though.

Environmentalists plead Japanese and French banks to stop financing coal-fired plants in Indonesia

A story of broken promises and land grabbing.

Historic U.S. court ruling says stable climate is a fundamental right, okays bunch of kids to sue the federal government

Changing things from the ground up.

Damned Rivers: The Story of Pristine Rivers About to be Shackled for Energy

These rivers are absolutely damned.

Human-driven global warming responsible for half of burned forests in the Western U.S.

The planet is on fire.

Why meat is unsustainable and what the protein chain of the future ought to look like

By the end of the century, the planet is expected to clock ten billion hungry mouths. If everyone ate meat, we’d be in a lot of trouble.

Coffee-infused foam removes 99% of lead and mercury from water

Scientists have developed a sustainable and efficient filter for water from something most houses have in excess: coffee grounds.

We’ve killed off 10% of Earth’s wilderness since the 1990s

We’re killing off the planet’s wildlife – quickly.

Yosemite park buys 400-acre property on its western border, the largest expansion in nearly 70 years

More park for your buck.