Environment News from National Geographic News
Experts on rare and threatened species issue a warning that lemurs and slipper orchids are at risk of widespread extinction.
A town lies in ruins after twisters touched down in northeastern Nebraska on Monday.
From our farms to grocery stores to dinner tables, one-third of the food we grow is lost or wasted. We can do better.
New research suggests that volcanoes and other geothermal refuges may have sheltered life in Antarctica during glacial periods.
More people are eating local and organic foods, but the planetary diet still is not sustainable.
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Nicaragua's proposed canal threatens vital forests and wetlands, warn experts.
Extending the wait for a verdict on the controversial Keystone XL pipeline, the U.S. State Department says it will allow more time for federal agencies to weigh in.
Swainson's warbler, a rare songbird, has weathered centuries of habitat loss and is now thriving in a surprising place: pine tree plantations in the southeastern U.S.
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