Bringing a spark of hope to wildlife conservation groups, is the increasing number of tigers in the wild after 100 years, as reported by WWF.
Six years after the tragedy, a new study reveals that the negative impact of the largest accidental marine oil spill is worse than scientists originally thought.
Former Alaska Governor and 2008 Republican Vice-Presidential nominee Sarah Palin lashes out on Bill Nye questioning the Science Guy's credentials as a scientist and credibility in saying climate change skeptics are wrong.
A new study suggests that women in the U.S. who are living in place with lush vegetation tends to be healthier and has lower death risk.
The telegraph selected New Zealand for the fourth time as the best country to visit for their Travel Awards. This selection was based on the votes of more than 75,000 readers. The telegraph also gives 26 reasons why reason New Zealand has topped the chart.
Environmentalists are not all seriousness and grassroots advocacy work. From time to time, they have to relax, unwind and get themselves a good film to unreel. So, for the environmentalist in you, here are some films to watch and spoil yourself with. Enjoy!
Poetry has always fascinated and provoked readers to think and understand the world in a deeper way. May nature lovers have used poetry to connect with what they experience every time they step out into the open.
Food chains are a common sight not just in the United States, but all over the world. But with their increasing number and influence, what impact and programs do they have to play a big positive role in the environment?
Tech giants are known for their contributions to society in terms of information, communications and technology. In light of issues hounding the environment, here are five companies and their impact on our planet.
In hopes to improve the safety in the natural gas industry, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has successfully flight-tested a quadcopter equipped with a miniature methane detector.
Rather than coming close to shore only to breed, James Cook University researchers found that female blacktip sharks remain in Cockle Bay, Australia, year-round with their young. This highlights the importance of conservation along coastal areas.
Humans may be speeding up the otherwise slow process of evolution by introducing new species to unfamiliar areas. Consequently, heightened competition leads to a loss of diversity.
A record-breaking 6,250 manatees were recently counted during aerial surveys in Florida. While this is good news for the threatened animals, conservationists warn the population boom is likely a result of warmer waters, rather than a sign of recovery.
Certain colors confuse bees, so flowers will tone down the iridescence of their petals to attract bees and increase their chances of pollination.