Indonesia is establishing new marine protected areas in its Maluku province, an area known for its richness of corals and reef fish.
The French Parliament has voted in favor of banning the controversial practice of deep-sea mining in its waters.
Indigenous Guardians programs across Canada are finally being regrouped through a network for the first time, thus securing funding, improving the sharing of resources and values, and strengthening their role as stewards of the land.
With alarmingly high nutrient loads in Lake Winnipeg, Canada, the government is granting funding to various projects aimed at curbing harmful activities to nature and humans alike.
This summer, France and Germany will give away free train tickets to people under the age of 27.
A few decades ago, Europe's Mersey River was declared "biologically dead" due to industrial and sewage pollution. Today, there is an abundance of life living within the river's waters.
The Clean Water Act of 1972 transformed New York's Hudson River from a sewage dumping site into a hospitable environment filled with different species.
Over €380 million of funding for 168 new environmental and climate projects across Europe has just been approved.
Mangroves around the world have seen a sharp decline in deforestation.
It has been estimated that the ozone layer protecting life on Earth should be completely recovered by 2040, thanks to concerted international efforts to ban the harmful chemicals which contributed to its demise in the late 1980s.