Experts and government leaders share their concerns and hopes for ocean policy at a Society for Environmental Journalists webinar.
The idea that the world is overpopulated has led to some disastrous policy attempts around the world to limit population growth.
Most U.S. cannabis is grown in greenhouses with sophisticated climate-control systems and high-powered lights that require a lot of energy.
The draft opinion of SCOTUS to overturn Roe v. Wade's precedent sparks conversations connecting climate change and reproductive health.
When climate change shows water availability in Southern CA is only getting worse, is calling it an “emergency” giving false hope of an end?
Following the tumultuous 1960's, the U.S. passed a historic slate of landmark environmental laws. Could today's divided nation do the same?
Climate migration disproportionately affects developing countries in the Global South, but is also increasingly prevalent in the U.S.
Scientists and activists seem to be living out the movie "Don't Look Up." Yet there is reason for optimism.
Resource-rich nations show repetitive patterns of governmental and economic malaise. But it may be misleading to attribute a country’s problems to just one factor.
It's not just a lack of willpower—environmental policymakers face many procedural barriers making it really difficult for them to succeed.