All over the world people are working to slow the process of global warming. Meet the faces of climate change.
Tokyo has defended its decision to continue whaling, describing it as scientific research.
A Frenchman who said "never again" after swimming the Atlantic is taking to the waves once more to cross the Pacific.
In Bengal's mangrove forests, seaweed farming is offering women financial stability and empowerment.
The art collective PangeaSeed bring sea creatures to the streets in the name of marine conservation.
Colombia's SFF Los Colorados natural park is a haven for wildlife. But human encroachment is causing problems.
A small NGO is catching illegal loggers using a network of used cell phones.
Thousands of climate refugees are migrating to Dhaka. And the city is bursting at its seams.
Conservationists in Georgia are working to protect both sheep and their legendary predators: wolves.
Cone-pickers in Georgia risk their lives collecting seeds for the fir trees that adorn many German homes at Christmas.
Monarch butterfly populations are expected to nearly quadruple this year after a steady decline, authorities said.
It has always been part of our culture, says Gloria Fermina Tavera Alonso, director of the butterfly Biosphere Reserve.
A BIOFIN initiative is helping support the Seychelles in its environmental protection efforts.
Endangered sea turtles make a comeback in Mexico and help locals in the process.
The Sheka forest is under threat but a local NGO wants to protect it by providing sustainable economic opportunities.
An age-old crop could help farmers in Ethiopia adapt to climate change and fight hunger.
Conserving biodiversity, protecting the climate and inspiring others to do the same. That's the goal of the environment projects that we profile.