City living is changing animals in surprising ways. But they’re also transforming the cities they share with us.
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With honeybee populations on the decline, scientists, lawyers, and even artists have set out to save humanity's most important pollinators.
More and more people have come to understand that behaving as if they hold all rights to Earth’s bounty amounts to an eighth deadly sin.
Did you know an elephant can bring in more than $1.6 million during its lifetime—from ecotourism?
The world under the waves is under attack from climate change, overfishing, and pollution. But major marine sanctuaries are making a difference.
Solar power can be transformative in places where people have to walk for miles just to charge a cell phone.
Filters that contain fungi with powerful antibiotic properties can help remove harmful bacteria from water.
In some parts of the park, the average height of the trees quintupled over six years.
The controversial trade deal poses serious threats to humans and the environment. We can find better tools in the fight for dolphin rights.
Immunologist Peter Doherty shows us that the fate of birds and humans are more connected than we might think.