‘Extremely Troubling’: Internal Docs Show Turmoil in Canadian Gov’t Following Fisheries Harassment Investigations
Freedom of Information documents reveal that the Department of Fisheries and Oceans has created a suite of new policies and is spending millions on modernization in wake of whistleblowers speaking up.
The silica-resin coating is easily applied to paper and makes it waterproof, without creating plastic pollution, and it's anti-bacterial to boot.
Regardless of who wins at the election, fossil fuels will continue to burn.
For an entire day, wind power became the second-largest source of electricity in the country for the first time in recorded history.
California’s PG&E utility company helped spark the Kincade Fire and the Dixie Fire, which caused immeasurable environmental damage. It paid a settlement to avoid criminal charges.
Indigenous Australians Have Derailed a Controversial Gas Project by Suing the South Korean Government
Up to $700 million now hangs in the balance.
A publishing company linked to the most powerful agricultural lobby group in the U.S. is releasing children’s books extolling the benefits of pesticides and nitrogen fertilizers.
“I remain convinced that a simple image can have more impact on people, especially the youngest, to understand the probabilities of the consequences of inaction.”
Many of those priced out of celebrity hideaway Byron Bay have been among the worst impacted by Australia’s recent deadly floods.
From a tender moment shared between two long-tailed macaques to an intense interaction between a leopard seal and a penguin, these are the winning shots from the World Nature Photography Awards 2021.
These striking images summarise our year in intimate detail.
About 10 million tons of plastic waste are dumped into our oceans every year—the equivalent of a garbage truck of plastic every minute. A new UN treaty is trying to fight that.