If we don’t act now to curb climate change, we may be faced with the migration of a third of the world’s future population.
The planet is sending us an unmistakable signal that we need to wake up and take real action to combat the climate crisis. And this is the decade we need to do it.
Two species of tiny stonefly have been added to the Endangered Species List because their habitat is expected to melt by 2030.
Members of the evangelical community traveled to Washington, D.C., to meet their representatives and voice their concerns about the Trump administration’s efforts to weaken the Endangered Species Act.
In the latest issue of the literary quarterly McSweeney’s, 10 short-story writers imagine what the world might look like in 20 years without effective climate action.
Scientists say we must fight the biodiversity crisis and climate change at the same time.
A new novel imagines what life in Bangkok would be like if nearly half the city were underwater—which some experts say is a real possibility.
As the IUCN meets this week in Hawaii, a new report highlights the biggest threats to the planet's most endangered species.
The U.N. report warns that dire impacts from climate change will arrive sooner than many expected. Here’s why we need to follow the report’s advice, and why every ton of emissions reductions can make a difference.
Hawaiians will never again hear the song of George the Snail. The fate of Achatinella apexfulva is a cautionary tale of decorative gardens, imported cannibals, and snail sex (or lack thereof).