A fight continues between preservationists focused on saving ancient forests and wildlife and an agency bound by politics and tradition to loggers, mills and economic development.
Those brilliant reds, oranges, and yellows? They're preparations for a hungry winter.
Genetically modified oranges resist a disease that's destroying Florida's groves. But will Americans drink the juice?
For 30 years activists and loggers battled over Tasmania's old-growth forests. Finally, in 2012, came a historic peace deal. But on 2 September the state's newly elected Liberal government tore it up. So what next for both sides?
Nutella, launched 50 years ago, has turned into a global phenomenon, boosting demand for hazelnuts. Now producers are looking beyond Turkey's north coast, where most of these nuts are grown.
They prevent $7 billion in health costs every year by filtering air pollution—not to mention their psychological effects. New research says the closer you can live to trees, the better off you are.
India's Rural Development Ministry has decided to try to tackle two problems at the same time: Youth unemployment and bad air quality.
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At the Fuji Kindergarten in Japan, Tezuka Architects created a unique environment that, as a tool for learning, promotes freedom of movement. Ring Around a T…
The emerald ash borer is devastating trees from Minnesota to New York, and there is little scientists can do but study what effect the trees' extinction will have on the ecosystem.
As climate changes, iconic trees are dying in parts of Joshua Tree National Park. If global warming continues as predicted, Joshua trees could vanish from up to 90 percent of their range in the park by the end of the century.