Not only do bees, birds, butterflies, bats, beetles and many other such pollinators support the ecosystem, they provide healthy watershed and maintain terrestrial productivity.
Just days away from what's been billed as the “the largest climate mobilization in world history,” organizers behind the People‘s Climate March & Mobilization are putting the final details in place.
Japan announced Thursday that it plans to continue its “scientific” whaling program despite widespread criticism it faced at an international forum.
Already classified as critically endangered and on the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources’ Red List, Irrawaddy dolphins now face further extinction.
It's on! The biggest march and mobilization against climate crisis is about to make history.
As Occupy Wall Street marked its third anniversary on Wednesday, one offshoot group, Rolling Jubilee, made a historic achievement as the collective bought and abolished nearly $4 million in debt owed by thousands of students.
A teacher in Florida is taking a stand against state-mandated standardized test and refusing to give them to her young students.
A way to move away from pollution and waste dependency is planting trees to increase sustainability and one company is offering a biodegradable urn be planted when a person dies to combat environmental pollution at cemeteries.
E&B Natural Resources Management, an independent-based oil and gas company, has their sights set on the small, popular coastal city, Hermosa Beach in California as its newest oil drilling location.
A silent march through Hong Kong brought thousands of protesters together in a pro-democracy movement that’s quickly gaining ground.
After a week-long strike, workers at Juno Lighting Group in Chicago, Illinois went back to work with an offer that workers helped ratify.
Rhino poaching is on the rise and if the trend continues, the species could face extinction, but organizations are conducting life-saving missions.
Genetically Modified Foods
Stand up to Monsanto and tell the Obama administration to support mandatory GMO labeling.
Grassroots groups are continuing the right for a more just food system from Palestine to the rural areas of Washington D.C.
Environmental organizations filed a motion to uphold a ban on fracking, which was enacted in Longmont, Colorado back in 2012.