A Climate Change Refugee Crisis Might Be Just Around The Corner

For thousands of natives of the Marshall Islands, which are located between Hawaii and Australia, the American state of Arkansas is their new haven. More than 1...

Upsurge In Poaching Is Threatening South America’s Iconic Vicuña

The vicuña is in danger of becoming the latest victim of extinction due to poaching, according to a special interest group set up to protect the animal. The an...

The Future Of Renewable Energy Lies In Developing World Markets

While most people do not associate renewable energy with developing countries, that might not be the case in the near future. Just like the boom of mobile phone...

‘Pee-cyclng’ Is The Latest Way Researchers Are Capitalizing On Waste

With a water shortage is plaguing several parts of the world, people are developing new ways to use urine as a substitute, representing a process that is known ...

The Most Diverse Forest In The World Is Now Threatened With Extinction

More than 50 percent of all tree species in the Amazon Rainforest are under threat of extinction, according to a new study in the latest issue of Science Advanc...

Up To 1,000 Bison Might Be Legally Slaughtered At Yellowstone National Park

A controversial plan that would lead to the slaughter of 1,000 bison is being proposed by officials at Yellowstone National Park. Many bison are reportedly stra...

Research Finds Insecticides Don’t Just Hurt Bees, They Hurt The Crops Being Pollinated

A recent study has shown that apple trees that are pollinated by bees exposed to pesticides produce lower-quality fruit than trees pollinated by healthy bees. T...

The Last Wild Horses Are Making An Incredible Rebound From Extinction

The Przewalski horse, which once roamed the Mongolian Steppes but was brought to the brink of extinction, is making a sure but steady return to their original h...

BP Oil Drill Request Near Australian Bight Smacked Down In Environmental Win

An application made by the massive oil company BP to drill for resources in the Great Australian Bight has been declined. The National Offshore Petroleum Safety...

Severe Environmental Impacts Of Brazilian Dam Collapse Compared To BP Oil Spill

In southeastern Brazil, the collapse of two dams at an iron ore mine has eliminated the drinking water source for a quarter of a million people. The collapse al...

This New Innovative Method Will Help Officials Catch Ivory Poachers

Although the magnificent ivory of elephant tusks seems very smooth to the naked eye, it is actually quite porous when viewed under a microscope. These microscop...

California Looking To The Ocean For Their Floating Wind Farm

Floating wind turbines might soon be placed off of the coast of California. The Seattle energy company of Trident Winds has filed initial environmental document...

South African Refuge Is The Latest To Be Targeted By Elephant Poachers

The Kruger National Park in South Africa has recently experienced widespread elephant poaching. In May of last year, reports indicated that an elephant had been...

Scientists Are Finally Able To Track This Rare Endangered Species

Conservationists have finally been able to identify and tag elusive speartooth sharks which live in murky tropical waters and are incredibly hard to find. After...

Environmental Crimes Are Netting Criminals $200B Annually, But No One Is Taking It Seriously

Despite the fact that estimates show that crimes against the environment provide criminals with as much as $213 billion every year, officials are saying that th...

This New National Park Might Be Just The Thing To Help Combat Climate Change

A major plan to protect the Amazon Rainforest has come to fruition, as the new Sierra del Divisor National Park in Peru has been established to protect 3.3 mill...