Dozens of banks, insurers and finance institutions are restricting coal investments, as climate activists and investors voice growing concerns about the impact of burning fossil fuels.
The landless Oraon minority of northwest Bangladesh have traditionally earned a living labouring in local paddy fields, but are struggling as that work dries up due to water shortages.
In Kalama, the promise of jobs and the peril of greenhouse gas emissions are keeping neighbors divided over a proposed methanol plant to be built along the Columbia.
Voters gutted transportation budgets statewide in this year's election, but supporters of the effort to ease transit between Portland, Seattle and Vancouver, B.C., see a path forward.
Thailand's fishing sector has made significant strides since coming under intense international scrutiny in 2014.
African countries looking to invest in nuclear energy as a source of clean electricity should consider Europe's struggles with disposing of radioactive waste.
Climate change poses a major threat to the health of the world's children and may shape the future of a whole generation if global temperatures are not kept well below 2°C.
A new report from over 100 experts paints a devastating picture of how climate change is already imperiling human health.
Conservationists say there may an opening now for forest conservation policies.
Bambang Hero Saharjo has weathered a series of threats as well as a retaliatory lawsuit over the years by companies he has testified against.