After nearly seven years of work, the Papua New Guinea government has announced that it will triple the amount of protected ocean within its shores.
A new plant in the United States is capturing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and sealing it into concrete, where it can no longer heat the planet.
30,000 acres of land in Maine, United States will be returned to the native Penobscot Nation tribe - a portion of what was taken from them in the 1800s.
Around the world, abandoned golf courses are being reclaimed by nature.
With more wind capacity than natural gas connected to the power grid, Britain set a new record, proof that the country is accelerating its shift toward clean energy with a net-zero emissions goal by 2050.
The European Union has voted to reduce the use of pesticides by half across the bloc.
An executive order has been issued by the president of the Philippines in an effort to accelerate offshore wind projects so that the country can reach its efficient and green objective of having 50% renewable energy sources in the electricity grid by 2040.
Two plants endemic to California’s Channel Islands, in the United States, no longer require the protection of the Endangered Species Act, adding them to the list of the islands’ species that have successfully recovered.
The Colorado River, one of the most important water sources in the United States, has a much more stable water level now that water use has been voluntarily reduced, stabilizing the river basin for the future.
An Indigenous Reserve located along the Amazon River in Colombia has been expanded, now covering almost 25,000 hectares, giving more authority for native people to freely occupy their ancestral land and act as guardians of the territory.