We roundup this week's environmental news in less than 500 words.
Famine relief, panel discussions on climate change in East Africa, lobbying on Capitol Hill—Muna Khalif is all over the map.
Now a successful solar entrepreneur, in 1979 15-year-old Larry Hoang was one of the "Vietnamese boat people."
Sardine populations off the West Coast are crashing, as are those of seagulls and fish-eating orcas.
Wisconsin and Florida officials adopt the bureaucratic equivalent of sticking their fingers in their ears and saying "la la la."
Stars of screen and stage throw their weight behind environmental issues large and small.
It used to be wet or not, warm or cool. Now California is looking at a future of dry and hot.
The Patagonian mara might be the closest thing to a Jackalope.