A new Danish study links green-free city living and bustle with a 50 percent higher risk of schizophrenia.
Lima is Latin America’s most polluted city, but a local engineering school is out to change that with some pie-in-the-sky thinking.
26,000 tons of radioactive waste is buried beneath the reservoir that provides for 40 million people.
David Attenborough’s ‘Blue Planet II’ spotlighted ocean plastics pollution, and the British public heard his call.
Nomuntu Ndhlovu, 27, wants to turn rural South Africa’s waste into electricity and biodiesel.
An exclusive OZY and SurveyMonkey Earth Day poll shows that not many people make hard choices for the environment.
Tulga and Yeruult grew up killing giant taimen — now they’re hunting for poachers before this protected species disappears.
Facing the chilling prospect of running out of drinking water, the community is doing some serious good sh*t to help.
More people means fewer resources for everyone, but population control policies have historically violated human rights.
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President Trump rarely fires people unless it’s televised.
Move over, governments. The biggest drivers of change — women, poorer nations and average citizens — are grabbing that mantle.
We asked whether countries should enforce population control. Here’s what you had to say.
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A lovestruck scavenger hunt for the legendary trees is just another romantic reason to visit St. Augustine.
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Nalleli Cobo has spent half her life trying to shut down urban oil drilling in her community.