Activist John Sears is traveling across California with his three mules in a bid to reclaim the natural world. His mission, he says, is to raise awareness about the dominance of man made development in the United States.
For two days, the heart of coal country became the staging ground for the battle over the future of United States energy and environmental policy. It turned out better than many green groups had expected.
Despite pressing environmental problems such as pollution and the extinction crisis, there are still plenty of reasons to be optimistic, UNEP chief Erik Solheim tells DW.
US Marines and biologists airlift nearly a thousand threatened desert tortoises to new locations safe from a military base expansion. But the translocation mission brings its own risks.
Storms and hurricanes intensified by climate change, and health costs caused by burning fossil fuels, will continue to stunt US economic growth without swift climate action, a new report says. But will Trump take note?
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