A kayaker captured video of humpback whales feasting on fish in a bay with the San Francisco skyline as a backdrop.
As night falls over the lush plains of India's Kaziranga national park, a small group of lightly armed forest guards sets out on foot to protect the world's largest population of one-horned rhinos.
Thousands of hectares of mangroves in Australia's remote north have died, scientists said Monday, with climate change the likely cause.
A seagull takes off from a fountain in downtown Rome on Saturday, July 9.
Every night Tim Robinson sleeps in his boat, which floats atop a blanket of foul-smelling bright green slime.
In Jordan's newest retail and leisure hub, the typical high-end boutiques, cinemas and gourmet coffee shops are tucked into an intricate ecosystem of natural heating and cooling, water recycling and hundreds of solar panels soaking up the sun's rays.
The Council of Agriculture (COA) plans to aggressively push the development of biogas from agricultural waste for power generation in the near future, COA Minister Tsao Chi-hung said Tuesday.
On the surface, it would seem a no brainer that a large country blessed with mountains, rivers and lakes would have a readier source of water to rely on than a tiny city state.
People gather on Saturday, July 2, in Papeete, the capital of the French Polynesian island of Tahiti, to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the first nuclear test carried out in Moruroa on July 2, 1966, during a demonstration called by anti-nuclear and independentist associations.
U.S. Senator Marco Rubio is calling on President Barack Obama to declare a state of emergency to help businesses harmed by the massive algae bloom fouling some of Florida's southern rivers and beaches.