Why Maritza Morales Casanova believes children are the answer to climate change
As young children, most of us don't know what we want to be when we grow up. Not Maritza Morales Casanova.
Growing up wild: This photographer captures the beauty of Mexico's mountains
Growing up in the remote mountains of Sierra Gorda, Mexico, Roberto Pedraza Ruiz developed a serious case of biophilia.
Holding back the world’s largest desert
The world's largest desert is growing. In the last century, the Sahara Desert expanded by more than 10%, now covering an area of more than 3.3 million square miles (8.6 million square kilometers) and spanning 11 countries in the north of Africa.
Kerstin Forsberg on why we must protect our sea
Ever since she was a child, Kerstin Forsberg has been fascinated by the ocean.
How NASA technology can help save whale sharks
Thousands of people around the world are lending a hand to help save the world’s biggest fish.
Toughest corals to save dying reefs
This marine biologist wants to use the world's toughest corals to save dying reefs
Cleaning up India's Lakes
From Google to garbage disposal: the environmentalist cleaning up India's lakes
A century of climate change in Patagonia
Explorer's mission to photograph a century of climate change in Patagonia
Indigenous trackers are teaching scientists about wildlife
Discovering new species in Chilean Patagonia
The wild deep: Discovering new species in Chilean Patagonia — before they go extinct
Spying on illegal loggers
How old cell phones are spying on illegal loggers
New plastic recycling method
Start-up devours pollution with new plastic recycling method
Call to Earth - CNN
Call to Earth is CNN’s commitment to reporting on the environmental challenges facing our planet, together with the solutions.
A hospital ward made from trash highlights Arthur Huang's mission to revolutionize recycling
When the Covid-19 pandemic hit, Taiwanese architect and engineer Arthur Huang wanted to do something to help.
Drones are helping to clean up the world’s plastic pollution
The planet is drowning in plastic pollution. Plastic has been found on the world’s tallest mountain peak and its deepest ocean trench.
All-female round the world voyage hunts for pollution hotspots
Eight hundred miles from land in the Pacific Ocean, Emily Penn had a revelation. It was the late 2000s and she was working aboard the boat Earthrace as it circumnavigated the globe.
A marine biologist is using virtual reality to bring people closer to the ocean
Diving in the oceans, marine biologist Erika Woolsey has seen first-hand how coral reefs and sea life are being damaged by climate change.