Efforts restarted Sunday to remove oil and fuel from a container ship that split in two off Taiwan's northern coast and created a massive oil slick that has stood for two weeks.
For years, blacksmith Hashimu Abdullahi was making guns for ivory poachers and hunters invading the Yankari Game Reserve, one of the last wildlife areas home to elephants in Nigeria.
When Brandy Pounds swam in central Florida's Crystal River earlier this month, she came so close to an endangered manatee that she could feel the sea cow's breath tickling her toes.
Filmmaker and conservationist Philippe Cousteau has warned that a multimillion-dollar plan to deepen an international shipping port off south Florida could devastate fragile parts of the continental United States' only barrier reef.
Battered by massive cyclones, El Nino-fueled drought and swollen king tides, fragile Pacific island nations vulnerable to climate change are leading the charge in implementing the landmark Paris climate deal.
Malaysian tribal activists who have fought for years against a planned hydroelectric dam declared victory on Tuesday, saying the state government has scrapped a project that would have flooded rainforests and displaced 20,000 tribes people.
Humans are disgorging heat-trapping carbon into the atmosphere 10 times faster than during any period of natural global warming in the last 66 million years, according to a study released Monday.
Bangladesh on Monday banned boats from sailing through a key southwestern river after a ship loaded with coal capsized, threatening the sanctuaries of rare dolphins in the world's largest mangrove forest.
A group of environmental conservationists held an event at the headwaters of Kaohsiung's Erren River Monday to promote water resource protection, in response to World Water Day on March 22.
January and February 2016 smashed temperature records, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) said on Monday as it warned climate change was advancing at an "unprecedented" rate.