Living on Earth
Lead batteries are becoming a deadly problem in developing countries where they are melted down and sold as scrap metal.
Villagers in Chinaâ€™s Yunnan Province are teaming up with a non-profit to create sustainable livelihoods and a community voice.
Internews program builds radio stations in Southern Sudan powered by solar and wind energy.
How witnessing the injustices of slavery drove Charles Darwin to develop his theory of evolution.
Rice genetically modified to produce Vitamin A could be the answer to some childhood health problems in the developing world.
In a last-minute ruling, a federal judge issued a restraining order on the sale of oil and gas leases near several national parks.
Congresswoman Hilda Solis has been a pioneer in getting barrio kids into college to train for green jobs.
A Chinese car company recently began selling a plug-in hybrid electric car, but expect to wait two years before it's available in the U.S.
Former venture capitalist Woody Tasch says somewhere between philanthropy and venture capital, there needs to be investment in sustainable enterprises.
Reasons for deforestation differ sharply across the tropics, but widespread clearing of tropical forests contribute to global warming.