At New York City’s Bronx Zoo, a tiger has been diagnosed with the novel coronavirus.
Experts predict emission drops could reach World War II levels.
Is Miley going zero waste?
Cloth face masks are being recommended by multiple cities with high COVID-19 rates.
Vermont has protected one third of the land required to support ecological function across the state.
"I have chosen to put myself in this position where I lose all power because of something I believe in. And it’s incredible."
This is why we can't have nice things.
Oceans could once again flourish in 2050 — if we make the effort.
Aleph Farms has made a breakthrough.
"We can't afford any more consequences of climate denial," said Obama.
We can't let one emergency make us forget about a larger one.
Three states recently signed bills that criminalize protests against the fossil fuel industry.
The Wally Shop is opening up its exclusive service up to the entire country.
Governments should deem animal services such as vets "essential" during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Locust swarms are currently plaguing East Africa and South Asia, putting millions of people in danger.
The Environmental Protection Agency is suspending various environmental laws in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jane Fonda just announced that Fire Drill Fridays is going digital — and anyone around the world can tune in and get involved.
Even in these times of what feels like heightened panic and uncertainty, there are eco-friendly lessons to be learned.
Earth Hour is going digital this year — here's how you can participate from home.
Here are nine small companies with sustainable, ethical, and zero-waste business practices that could use some customer love.
Mexico is on track to ban animal testing.
Air pollution levels are significantly falling during the COVID-19 outbreak — but we shouldn't look at this as a silver lining.
Here are 6 resources for keeping kids interested in the environment while in quarantine.
Greta Thunberg and her father have been self-isolating and experiencing symptoms of the novel coronavirus.
The forest will be a "connected ecological network of woodland."
Is global warming real? Why are some people confused about whether or not global warming is real? And are humans really causing it?
These lucky koalas were rescued, and have just been released back into the wild.
The only thing you should be flushing down the toilet is all that toilet paper you stocked up on.
COVID-19 has prompted the National Park Service to waive admission fees.
The new coronavirus, or COVID-19, is impacting air quality — and air pollution impacts those sick with the virus as well.
Dolphins were spotted swimming in the port of Cagliari as ship traffic came to a halt.
Venice is in lockdown due to the coronavirus, and the city's murky canals are now clear.
Here are five stories about the planet to remind you that there is light in the darkness.
Bill Gates is officially parting ways with Microsoft so he can focus on philanthropic efforts.
Northern Italy is experiencing a significant and swift decline in NO2 pollution, as a result of the coronavirus lockdown.
The toilet paper shortage has nothing on you.
Gisele Bündchen penned a personal essay for Marie Claire about how protecting the environment has seeped into every aspect of her life.
Greta Thunberg's weekly climate strike is going digital — and she wants you to participate.
Starbucks has finally developed a compostable and recyclable paper coffee cup.
Shifting away from coal and towards renewables helped the Earth's CO2 emissions go slightly down in 2019.
Vegan leather is growing more and more popular.
International Women's Day is every March 8 — honor women in the climate movement by picking up one of these books.
Starbucks locations in the U.S. and Canada are preventing customers from getting drinks in their personal to-go cups to be safe during the coronavirus.
ALDI is not letting any of its vendors cut corners.
Startup C16 Biosciences is hoping to disrupt the palm oil industry with its lab-grown palm oil.
“We should not rely on cruel and inhumane treatment of any creature simply for our entertainment,” said Senator Galgiani of California.
Luxembourg just launched free public transport across the country, on buses, trains, and trams.
Hilary Duff opened up about her sustainable living journey in a cover story for Parents magazine's Mother Earth Issue.
"These animals are the ingredients of everyone else’s fashion shows," said McCartney.
New York state is banning single-use plastic bags on March 1 — here's how the new law will work.
Ride-sharing apps have actually created more pollution than they've displaced, a new report finds.
A new study believes this is the lowest-impact way to buy consumable groceries.
Antarctica recently experienced a concerning heatwave, which melted 20 percent of snow on one island.
Here's why the 19-year-old is being called the "anti-Greta."
Extinction Rebellion is known for staging eye-catching, creative peaceful protests.
Here's how the Democratic presidential candidates stand on climate issues, as ranked by an environmental organization.
Global Brands Group just announced that it will no longer be selling fur via any of its brands.
Here are answers to some of the internet's most-asked questions about palm oil.
A new FDA policy will no longer require animals used for lab experiments to be killed after testing is complete.
Food waste was avoided at the Super Bowl by diverting 35,000 pounds of leftovers to local shelters.
Propolis is created by bees to help protect their hives — so do humans need it?
Here's exactly what the Paris Agreement does.
Antarctic chinstrap penguin colonies are struggling to adjust to the climate crisis.
Greta Thunberg will be the subject of a new documentary TV series produced by BBC Studios.
Here are some of the most sustainable looks from the 2020 awards season.
Nearly half of Barcelona's asthma cases can be attributed to air pollution, according to a new study.
Antarctica may have just hit its highest temperature ever recorded.
New research shows that more Americans are concerned about the climate crisis than you may think.
Weddings will be greener than ever this year.
Nordstrom just launched See You Tomorrow, a resale website featuring returned Nordstrom merchandise.
The Staples Center is making the world a brighter place using the flowers left to commemorate Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna.
The accolades keep coming for 17-year-old Greta Thunberg — the latest being another Nobel Prize nomination.
Jane Gooddall is proving the power of everyone doing their part by planting 5 million trees this year alone.
"Our house is still on fire," Greta Thunberg said.
China is banning several kinds of single-use plastic gradually over the next five years.
California's Cruelty-Free Cosmetics Act just went into effect.
Students will strike for three days in honor of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day.
Every load of wash releases up to 100,000 microfibers — here are a few ways to stop that.
How the Climate Crisis and Rising Temperatures Will Increase Injury-Related Deaths, According to New Study
Rising global temperatures may cause more injury-related deaths in the future, according to a new study.
Joaquin Phoenix and Martin Sheen Get Arrested After Passionate Speeches at Fire Drill Friday Protest
Joaquin Phoenix and Martin Sheen were both arrested for protesting climate inaction with Jane Fonda.
The Australia Wildfire Fund is a new charity to help with relief for the Australian bushfires.
Taco Bell's 2020 commitments focus on sustainability.
Greta Thunberg's skyrocket to fame has inspired some criticism from climate science deniers — are any of the theories true?
The number has increased from 480 million last week.
Donate to these organizations that are working to help victims and put out the fires.
Many speeches acknowledged the climate crisis and its ties to the fires in Australia.
1,300 celebrity diners will eat completely plant-based at Sunday's awards show.
The deadly bushfires tearing through Australia still show no signs of stopping.
Australian bushfires are generating pyro-cumulonimbus clouds, making it difficult to put the fires out.
A single-use plastic ban is going into effect in these Caribbean nations.
#TeamTrees is officially planting 20 million trees.
BTS is joining the fight for a healthy planet and clean air.
November marked the highest recorded rates of Amazon deforestation in years.
Drag him, Greta.
Greta made a simple yet bold move.
"The point is to take actual action. To do your bit."
Sydney is covered in smoke from wildfires spreading along eastern Australia.
"Our hope is that individuals leave our custody more mindful of the benefits of a reduced meat diet, both for themselves and for the planet."
The PACT Act is finally law.
Over the past few weeks, tragic bushfires have been tearing through eastern Australia.
Alex Trebek once purchased more than 60 acres of land and donated it to a Los Angeles conservancy.
The PACT Act has passed in the Senate!
Going outside in Delhi is equivalent to smoking 50 cigarettes in one day.
The "Interceptor" is the latest from The Ocean Cleanup.
"There’s nothing more important than the planet we live on."
David Burtka sat down with Green Matters to share his love of vegan meat.
The PACT Act is one step closer to becoming a federal law.
David Attenborough and Greta Thunberg aren't bothered by their haters.
The greenhouse effect is why so many of the things we do are hurting the planet.
More than a year after the launch of System 001, The Ocean Cleanup confirms that they’ve been successful in retrieving trash from the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
McDonald's is going beyond the classic burger with its latest menu offering.
19-Year-Old Xiuhtezcatl Martinez Isn't Waiting For Permission to Solve the Climate Crisis: "The Time Is NOW"
“We are going way beyond activism," 19-year-old Xiuhtezcatl Martinez tells Green Matters.
"I want to have kids. And I just can’t justify bringing them into a world where I’m not fighting every single day to make direct change for future generations," Woodley tells Green Matters.
The company wants you to guess which city will get the plant-based meat first.
Greta Thunberg Tells Trevor Noah What She Thinks of the U.S.'s Attitude on Climate Change: "Where I Come From, It's a Fact"
Greta Thunberg has some observations about New York.
Where's the beef? Not at Just Salad.
The California Assembly just passed a bill that will ban circuses from using almost all kinds of animals.
The Bridge to Work program is expanding in Little Rock.
Kebnekaise's southern peak is now only the second-tallest mountain in Sweden.
There are numerous events as part of Climate Week NYC.
The EPA is proposing less strict regulation of the oil and gas industry.
The goal is to restore the bottlenose dolphin population.
"It's still finger lickin' good."
The Amazon Fires Are Destroying Indigenous People's Homes — We Interviewed an Amazon Watch Director to Learn More
Andrew Miller of Amazon Watch explains why the indigenous people of the Amazon are under attack.
The fires in the Amazon aren’t just affecting those who live there — it’s also affecting you.
Here are answers to your biggest questions about the Amazon rainforest fires.
The Earth cannot survive without the Amazon.
Could air pollution be a cause of mental health disorders?
A meat tax is controversial, but could be effective.