Sahia and her husband hoped to start a life in Singpur, a village in Bangladesh. But the riverside community found climate change made putting down roots impossible.
The slaughtered tigers were not bred in zoos, yet their story should put captive breeding in general into question.
When the Aral Sea dried up, it was called the "world's worst environmental disaster". We're witnessing its equivalent in Africa.
Trading rhino horn has been legalised in a bid to undercut poachers and the black market.
Mangrove forests grow in the tidal lagoons of tropical coastlines and they could actually benefit from climate change. Here's what that means for us.
The cave paintings in Borneo show people and animals and are now thought to be the world's oldest example of figurative art.
According to a new study, the oceans have absorbed more heat from climate change than previously thought. This could mean the Earth will warm even faster in the future than scientists have predicted.
We can't say that Katla in Iceland is 'due' to erupt, no matter what you have read.
The far right frontrunner promises a brazen anti-environmental strategy.
Staying below 1.5°C will require urgent, deep and radical changes in almost every aspect of our lives.
For hot, dry and water-stressed countries like Botswana and Namibia, high temperatures and droughts will be more severe than the global average.
Limiting global warming to 1.5C is a tough challenge but still within reach, according to a landmark report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change commissioned after the 2015 Paris summit.
Here are the essential facts from the UN's special report on climate change.
Mosquitoes are transferring microplastics eaten in water into birds and other non-marine animals.
Africa's remaining sawfishes are found along the coasts of Madagascar and Mozambique. But they are under threat.
Riparian zones are meant to be a vital part of Nairobi's drainage system, but they've been built on.
Environmental organizations are using games to engage communities on conservation matters.
With California suffering another devastating wildfire year, more people are wondering about whether and how global warming is contributing. A climate scientist explains.
Liberia's rural communities have long been suffering land grabs by international palm oil producers.