National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster (pictured above) says the threat of war with North Korea is "increasing every day." Ira Helfand of the Nobel laureate International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, sees a way out of nuclear conflict.
Colorado boasts over a hundred cattle feedlots capable of holding over a thousand animals, according to the state's Department of Public Health and Environment. Many of those operations are close to waterways.
There are 92 million pieces of litter in N.L. Litter is more than just an eyesore; it can hurt wildlife, but solving the problem isn't easy.
As timber companies move into Central Africa's forests, apes increasingly have to find ways to survive in the altered forests they call home. Scientists still don't know the full impact of logging on many animals, but now a new study suggests that gorillas stand a better chance of adapting to thinned-out forests than chimpanzees.
The more the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality looks for groundwater contaminated with PFAS in the state, the more it finds it.
Three years after the Army Corps declared it sufficiently cleaned up, a former Air Force station continues to contaminate wildlife on remote St. Lawrence Island