A man picks through a huge heap of plastic trash
Here's the concept: Bring in a kilogram of plastic trash — about two pounds worth — and you get a free hot meal.
Two men bend over a small fire in the forest
Devastating fire season in Australia opened up new conversations and opportunities for Aboriginal fire practices, practitioners say.
Democratic 2020 US presidential candidates (left to right) former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Senator Elizabeth Warren, former Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Bernie Sanders participate in the eighth Democratic 2020 presidential debate.
Telemundo's climate correspondent Vanessa Hauc will co-moderate the debate in Las Vegas. "The people that have the least are the ones that are going to be more affected" by climate change, she said.
A medical worker in protective suit checks a patient's records at Jinyintan hospital in Wuhan, the epicentre of the novel coronavirus outbreak, in Hubei province, China, Feb. 13, 2020. 
Emerging disease outbreaks, like the new coronavirus, are already impossible to predict. But climate change will make even diseases we know more about act differently. 
A single white cross is shown on a small dirt area amongst a wide open grassy field.
Nearly seven years after a blast in Texas killed 15 people and injured 260, oversight of ammonium nitrate remains a patchwork and public information is scarce
Greta Thunberg sits at the World Economic Forum.
Many experts want political and business leaders to see climate change as a large risk, but why don't they?
A glacier in Half Moon Bay, Antarctica, Feb. 18, 2018.
Early explorers were drawn there by the mythology of Terra Australis, a vast southern continent that scholars imagined for centuries as a counterweight to the Northern Hemisphere. Others sought economic bounty from hunting whales and seals, or the glory of conquering the planet’s last wilderness. Still others wanted to understand Earth’s magnetic fields in order to better navigate the seas.
An ariel photograph showing Lake Erie coved in green algae with a boat moving through the middle.
Voluntary fixes for the growing — and global — hazardous algae problem aren’t working.
A farm tractor is shown in a large green field with wind turbines in the background.
Fertilizers are contaminating and warming the planet. Regulators haven't acted on decades-old warnings.
Okyeame Ampadu, an 80-year-old farmer in the Volta Region of Ghana
Africa’s turning a corner toward producing fertilizer locally.