Living on Earth
Cattle are often blamed for desertification and destruction of African land. In Zimbabwe, livestock are helping bring land back to life.
Building a farmer's market in the Crenshaw neighborhood of Los Angeles was a good start, but getting people to shop there is proving difficult.
The Gulf Coast oil spill threatens fragile ecosystems like Alabama's Grand Bay marsh. Conservationists are touring the pristine area before it's too late.
Marsh Fork Elementary in West Virginia is located in the shadow of a coal mine. Ed Wiley is helping them get out.
The tens of thousands of industrial chemicals used in the United States are regulated by a 30-year-old law that is in desperate need of an overhaul.
Nantucket Sound offshore wind farm approved by federal government -- what this means for the future of wind power in the U.S.
An environmental human rights case against the US goes before the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights.
A growing number of veterans are making clean energy, green jobs and the environment their new mission.
A coal-baron CEO, countless safety violations and a history of accidents add up to disaster for Massey Energy mine in West Virginia.
Opposition of California's major climate law grows as the state struggles with high unemployment and an ailing economy.