An exclusive podcast episode featuring an extended conversation with Dr. Heather Lynch.
Scientists have discovered how to break down some “forever chemicals," and the method is actually simple. What does this mean for other PFAS?
A $30 billion liquefied natural gas project in the Rovuma Basin of Mozambique has damaged ecosystems and displaced inhabiting citizens.
Although spotted lanternflies are notorious for ravaging fruit trees and grapevines, Maddy explains why this insect is as important as it is beautiful.
The spotted lanternfly from Asia invaded the Northeast and mid-Atlantic, threatening many plants and crops. How is the public being informed?
Due to climate change, habitat loss, pesticides, and more, endangered Monarch butterflies are under threat.
In the most recent wave of losses, beekeepers in the United States lost 45.5 percent of their managed honeybee colonies.
Experts and government leaders share their concerns and hopes for ocean policy at a Society for Environmental Journalists webinar.
Producers Megan Crimmins and Shannon Damiano discuss the children's book "What Is Climate Change" and discuss its message to kids.
Due to fishing for traditional medicine, curios, and aquariums, the ocean’s superdad is under threat, and climate change can worsen it.