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How the de Gaspé Beaubien Foundation is corralling a tech-savvy younger generation to tackle freshwater issues
Nature’s lessons for industry
War and warming hit Jordan water supply
OPINION: Don’t silence the ‘Voice of the North American Environment’
How Houston’s sprawl makes it harder to cope with storms like Harvey
Paying for forests conserves a vital world resource, but somebody must pay the locals a tangible share of the benefits.
Biologist and writer David George Haskell discusses his new book, The Songs of Trees, and the importance of tuning in.
The 400 million people who depend on the predictability of the River Nile face an uncertain future.
The Los Angeles River – as faded and forgotten a Hollywood starlet as there ever was – could be poised for a comeback.
Unilever embraces ingredient transparency, while Korindo is caught up in an environmental scandal.
World’s biggest tropical peatland found in Congolese basin
Helping companies boost resilience and care for the ecosystems that provide their raw materials.
First new invasive species found in Great Lakes since 2006
Netherlands looks to increase forest cover by 25 per cent
American Prairie Reserve is building a massive wildlife preserve in Montana, but not everyone is happy about it.