Living on Earth
A group of scientists are calling for a moratorium on mountain top removal mining, saying the environmental impacts are irreversible.
Exploring some of the changes to the human landscape in the next decade, and what some experts are planning to do about them.
Nations big and small pledged money and action to combat climate change, but many question whether promises will be kept.
By every index, the Danes are some of the happiest people in the world -- sociologist Peter Glindelock explains why.
One of the first green jobs programs in the US was started in the South Bronx, by a filmmaker turned community activist.
Genetically modified microbes engineered to make fuels, like ethanol and diesel, are creating a lot of buzz in biofuels.
Two economists weigh in on whether climate bill before US Senate will create more jobs or cause significant job losses.
Students across China are marching in an effort to mobilize the public to engage in environmental issues.
New study shows strong association between chemicals found in some take-out food containers and increased cholesterol levels.
Berlin Wall squatter development, Lohmule, may be a model for sustainable urban living today.