When it comes to worker protections, Rainforest Alliance hasn’t always delivered on its promises.
The president-elect is gearing up to cut NASA’s environmental monitoring, which includes the data that’s been used to monitor California’s sinking.
The magnitude 5.6 quake’s epicenter was 8 miles northwest of Pawnee, a town that has about 2,000 residents.
Trees can slow the warming of our planet by taking carbon out of the air, but only if they’re healthy. Hotter, longer summers could soon be weakening trees beyond repair, devastating whole forests and turning them into sources of carbon.
On this hour of Reveal, we take a closer look at PCBs, compounds that were used widely in school building materials such as window caulk. They were banned in 1979 but still pose a serious health risk to kids today.
Fur trapping might seem like a relic of bygone days. But in recent years, the practice has boomed in America, driven by demand for fur overseas.
U.S. Sen. John Cornyn filed legislation that he says would expedite the long process of constructing a hurricane protection system for the Texas coast, including the particularly vulnerable Houston region.
In private, Nestle executives told U.S. officials that the world is on a collision course with doom because Americans eat too much meat, and now, other countries are following suit, according to secret documents.
Classified U.S. cables between American diplomats show a mounting concern by global political and business leaders that water shortages could spark un
In the course of making the film “Dirty Business: ‘Clean Coal’ and the Battle for Our Energy Future,” the holy grail for us was getting an interview with the infamous Don Blankenship, then the CEO of the Massey Energy Co.