Hurricanes Irma and Maria brought a catastrophic power outage to Puerto Rico. But they also created an unprecedented opportunity for solar power and battery storage on the island.
The northeastern United States has been engulfed in snow and cold. Moscow? Not so much. And that's been a big drag for winter photographer Ivan Boiko.
Much of the world's recycling gets shipped to China for processing. But starting Jan. 1, China is enacting much tougher standards for the purity of recycling imports, standards most American, and European, recyclers simply can't meet. And that has recycling piling up throughout the United States.
Frigid temperatures across North America don’t mean that the globe isn’t warming.
The Kenya-born Harvard scholar Calestous Juma saw innovations and opportunities bubbling up in African economies where others saw only poverty and despair.
A new project hopes to use a technology in just about everyone's pocket to help track mosquitoes that can cause some of the deadliest diseases in the world.
Sea level rise projections suggest Levi Draheim’s home on Florida’s east coast will be sitting in water in 30-40 years. A hurricane last year already flooded him out of his school. So, he’s suing the federal government to try to force it to take stronger action to fight climate change.
High School students from Ecuador’s Galápagos Islands are learning about climate change and working to protect their islands’ tortoises and other unique wildlife from its effects.
As water levels rise, residents of Miami's Little Haiti fear rising rents. Will people fleeing the beach push them out?
When the weather changed and kids became malnourished, one Guatemalan indigenous community made big changes. And they seem to be working.