Three years and 31 countries later, Wiebe Wakker wants his trip to showcase the possibilities of sustainable transport.
Around the world, fences are stopping the migration of numerous species.
Could George RR Martin's fantasy series actually be an allegory about climate change?
Here we look at the latest research to address six common questions about beef and climate change.
With demand for meat outstripping production, what are the alternatives and how commercially viable are they?
A compulsory recycling scheme in South Korea has dramatically cut the amount of food the country throws away. Here's how it works.
The Center for PostNatural History invites visitors to explore how humans have shaped the living world, with some eye catching exhibits.
Our very early human ancestors may have been the cause of the extinction of large herbivores millions of years ago.
Mountain regions are home to a vast array of people and forests, and provide food, resources and energy for billions.
As more flora and fauna disappear, it’s time to reassess our relationship with the planet.
Glaciers may be melting faster than scientists thought, causing 25 to 30% of global sea level rise.
By dividing the world's oceans into thousands of sections, researchers hope to be able to turn 30% of them into protected areas for wildlife.
The Arctic is rapidly warming and will continue to have massive negative impacts across the globe.
Historical records and sketchbooks reveal that Leonardo da Vinci's interest in the antural world.
Although the contribution from renewable energy doubled last year, the world still relies heavily on fossil fuels, pushing carbon emissions to new levels.