For the first time, there are more elderly people than young children in the world. What does this mean for societies around the globe?
With the globally adopted Sustainable Development Goals, future demographic trends may be affected around the world.
Supporters’ contributions to our podcast on population and climate change show exactly why we need to talk about this issue
ULAN BATOR, Mongolia — The land beneath Dolgor Dashnyam’s home is wet and gritty and smells of decay. Here, atop one of Ulan Bator’s largest landfills, Ms. Dashnyam lives under a roof made of soggy mattresses. She spends her days rummaging through piles of gin bottles and discarded animal bones, picking up pieces of scrap metal to sell in order to buy water and bread.
CAIRO — About 2,500 years ago, the Greek historian Herodotus called Egypt the “Gift of the Nile."
Kristina Marusic is the recipient of a Michelle Madoff Award of Environmental Excellence for her reporting on environmental health and justice in Western Pennsylvania
It's often our duty to report bleak news on climate and the environment. But let's not skimp on the good news—like the continued momentum of clean energy
Nearly 20 percent of people in Philadelphia are food insecure. We visited the researchers, restaurateurs, and entrepreneurs changing this by rethinking food waste.