“Climate change is real. The time for talk is passed. The time for action is now."
Scientists recommend eating younger, smaller fish.
A salmon-derived “waste” product could turn out to have some value.
This Christmas, e-waste levels are likely to be higher than ever.
Women exposed to air pollution late in pregnancy are up to twice as likely to have children with autism.
The move is a big win for Alaska's Native communities and commercial fisheries.
Governments will submit national plans for reining in greenhouse gas emissions by an informal deadline of March 31, 2015.
They found unhealthy environments can tune children's genes for bad behaviour
A global survey estimates there are 5.3 trillion pieces of plastic circulating on ocean surfaces.
With consumers buying more electronics on Black Friday, it's time we start disposing of our old ones responsibly
Ozone is linked to asthma, heart disease, premature death, and an array of pregnancy complications
The leader of the First Nation says he will close the reservation's borders to prevent installation of the pipeline
There are more than 400 million fewer European birds now than there were 30 years ago.
Cases of Parkinson's, hormonal development disorders and learning difficulties are rife in areas where they are used, but policy is often highjacked by industry in the fight to ban dangerous chemicals
The study raises the question of whether or not receipts should contain the endocrine-disrupting chemical.
Nizhny Novgorod, a cultural centre in the heart of Russia, with 793 years of history and a falling birth rate, is dying of cancer and heart disease
Researchers develop a battery that can change the charging game
Good beer and clean water go hand-in-hand, a group of beer makers argue
The fisher, a rare mammal the size of a cat, is at risk from eating poisoned rats on pot farms
Bison bison athabascae are larger than their southern cousins, the buffalo.
A new study traced the source of methane in drinking water to faulty fracking wells.