Rwandan President Paul Kagame and Howard Buffett talk about why development assisstance needs to be a two-way street
A new report finds that a little more than half of companies are emitting too much carbon. But there are bright spots — and signs that sustainability can pair with economic growth
A new report is optimistic about continued growth in U.S. oil and natural gas production. But the future of energy is hard to predict
Livestock production may have a bigger impact on the planet than anything else. A new study shows how the effects vary from country to country — and points the way toward a more sustainable future
When it comes to weather, 2013 will be remembered primarily for Supertyphoon Haiyan, the strongest storm ever recorded at landfall, which slammed into the Philippines in early November and killed at least 6,000 people. But the …
The U.S. has seen more record cold days than record warm days this year. But globally, the climate is still changing—and it’s not getting cooler.
It’s a truism that water will be the cause of the next world war. But a new diplomatic agreement shows why that belief is false.
Eastern officials blame the Midwest for the air pollution that still fouls their cities. Will the Supreme Court play referee?
As rescuers try to save dozens of whales stranded in the Florida Everglades, the question of why such beachings occur remains unclear
The flying Asian carp have been making their way into the Great Lakes. But now a new fish—the Eurasian ruffe—is threatening to invade the region.