Lead bullets kill millions of birds a year when they accidentally eat them.
Natural Resources & Wildlife
Prolonged exposure is deadly to honey bees, posing serious danger to future crops.
Government efforts are falling short of protecting fisheries, leaving it to corporate leaders to get involved.
Instead of spraying toxic chemicals inside the closed mall, they released ladybugs.
Marine life is moving toward the poles as the ocean warms and the world recognized the need for protection of many species at this year's CITES meeting.
This is 2013, but you wouldn't know it from the way wolves are still treated.
Pesticides associated with bee colony collapse will be banned across Europe.
A federal court upheld EPA's right to veto the Spruce Mine, the most destructive project ever proposed.
A dam comes down on the East coast and the first ecosystem-wide fisheries plan is approved on the West coast.
To prevent more desertification, 4300-miles of trees are being planted coast to coast.