Living on Earth
A new report says denial, uncertainty, lack of control and mistrust of scientists contribute to public inaction on climate change.
Some of the richest countries are buying large swatches of land in some of the poorest countries to plant crops -- essentially outsourcing agriculture.
Chris Page, Director of Climate and Energy Strategy at Yahoo! shares the company's plan for cutting CO2 emissions.
Study finds low-income communities and people of color will suffer the most from climate change.
The Obama Administration recently announced the largest energy savings standard of any administration -- and it's all about light bulbs.
Efforts to help Colombian farmers find alternatives to growing coca -- the plant used to make cocaine -- yield promising results.
Sunflowers are bringing new life to blighted neighborhoods of New Orleans by cleaning up contaminated soil and being a source of biofuel.
From banning plastic bags to raising awareness about rising sea levels, kids are proving that they can be a powerful force in the battle against climate change.
Oil companies Exxon Mobil, Chevron/Texaco and Shell face lawsuits alleging they engaged in environmental and human rights abuses, including wrongful deaths.
A worker-run women's cooperative in Mexico is recycling steady stream of discarded televisions and computers once destined for America's landfills.