The role of beavers in safeguarding against our heating climate has become an interesting point of discussion. But just how important remains subject to debate.
The Supreme Court opens its 2022-2023 session with a high-profile case that has major implications for both wildlife and landowners.
Water companies recently released raw sewage near more than 100 beaches across Britain.
The world’s great rivers are see-sawing from trickles to floods.
The UK is no stranger to drought – especially southern England.
Rising concern about possible environmental damage from the active ingredients in sunscreens could have ripple effects on public health if it causes people to use less of them.
Approximately 8,000 merchant vessels travel the St. Lawrence each year. Its ports have become the catalysts that link trade, development and industrial innovation.
Federal Labor has pledged to deliver the Murray Darling Basin Plan. But a new report casts serious doubt on that promise.
Migratory fish populations have collapsed worldwide in the last 50 years.
Giving rivers rights would enable custodians to perform legal acts on the river’s behalf.
Zebra and quagga mussels entered the Great Lakes in large ships’ ballast water. Now, local boaters and anglers are spreading them into the southern and western US.
The project threatens catastrophic harm to one of the world’s most important river systems, and the people who depend on it.
Russia’s military machine is finding the terrain in the Donbas region extremely challenging.
Estuaries shelter and offer respite to countless species of birds, fish and mammals.
Millions of people around the world live on river deltas and are vulnerable when those rivers shift direction. A new study shows why and where these events, called avulsions, happen.
The Colorado River provides water and electricity to 40 million people in the western US, but falling water levels threaten both of those resources.
Agreements negotiated a century ago to share water on Western rivers among states are showing their age in a time of water scarcity.
When Indigenous peoples lose their river flow to dams, satellite programs like Landsat – which is celebrating its 50th anniversary – can help them fight for their resources.
Cleaning and reoxygenating the river Thames has helped its biodiversity surge, but there’s still more to be done to make it healthy.
Residents and businesses are considering leaving Lismore for good. The town is now on the brink.