Dutch project says ocean-sweeping technology is ready to take on the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, three times the size of France
In Los Angeles County, PHeymont enjoyed an unexpected visit to a beautiful garden that once was a county trash dump.
Water clean enough for 'wild swimming' is the goal of new legislation and a call from the UK's water companies.
City and animal welfare officials are concerned that the huge animals can be spooked and aggressive, and want people to leave them alone.
Airbus is talking again about its planned zero-emission hydrogen-powered concepts, and Lufthansa is signed on as a way-future launch customer.
British Airways has achieved a carbon-neutral flight with a combination of careful planning and enhancements and some leftover cooking oil.
With nearly three years to go, there's solid hope the Olympic open-water swimming events can take place in the Seine.
Under public pressure Spain has eliminated many tolls, but it's under budget and environmental pressure to return them or collect another fee.
As climate change threatens fragile environments, a tour operator teams up with Manitoba and a college to create a sustainable snow buggy.
Melting glaciers and a delicate environment could spell serious danger for villages near the mountain
Continuing long-term drought conditions are having serious effects on both water resources and recreation.
Canada is planning a ten-year tree spree to reduce pollution and promote biodiversity, as well as creating jobs.
Unesco's World Heritage Committee has tagged Venice and the Great Barrier Reef for discussion as endangered sites
Long filled with oil spills, sewage and toxic waste while few New Yorkers were paying attention, Newtown Creek may be facing a brighter future and greater visibility.
Barcelona is seriously worried at the shrinkage of its beaches, which has been accelerating.