Volunteers in Ecuador just planted 647,250 trees in one day.
The 50-year Cold War between the United States and Cuba hasn't just preserved the old Chevy and Ford vehicles that ply the roads of Havana, it's also preserved Cuba's unique ecosystems and wildlife.
Designs made with flowers, live plants, and organic elements hit the catwalk at the BioFashion event, in Cali, Colombia.
The effects of mining activity contribute to concerns about a number of prominent waterways.
Nuclear pollution can't be ruled out as part of the syndrome that's attacking starfish, a scientist says.
The awe-inspiring offspring of our industriousness can live through the ages, but the gross byproducts of our civilization can also cause lasting damage.
Animals downsize after boosted carbon dioxide levels and soaring temperatures.
What matters in the long-run is how truly special a species is in the grand scheme of life on Earth.