One reason to keep an eye on Rio after the World Cup? A new initiative to provide freshwater security for its people.
Without understanding who uses what resources, a conservation project can easily fail to benefit local people.
To retrieve ice cores, some climate scientists must go to the ends of the Earth.
Learn how the team captures their stunning footage in this three-part series.
Forests store fresh water cities depend on — and keep it from descending on them all at once.
Reducing soil runoff during heavy rains can help preserve important reefs off the Hawaiian island.
Mexico’s “Water Forest” provides water for 23 million people in one of the world’s largest metropolitan areas.
Cities cover only 2% of the Earth’s surface but use up to 75% of its resources.
On a recent visit to eastern Colombia, I was glad to see that conservation agreements are having an impact.
Like many places in the tropics, Borneo is burning — and the consequences are widespread.