Environment

Could this new documentary film be the next 'Blackfish'?

'Trophy' will air on CNN to spotlight hunting and wildlife conservation in Africa.

Why are there evaporation ponds at the Dead Sea?

Find out what purpose these shallow, artificial ponds serve.

How a company is turning wildlife destroyers into comfy marine homes

An Israeli startup figured out how to make concrete structures that are good for the environment.

How 2 guys from Georgia pranked international media to save the planet

Their weird-looking device promised to turn dirty air into oxygen on your face. It was a groundbreaking invention. It just wasn't real.

The strange second life of Israel's black goats

A 70-year-old law has been reversed, clearing the way for grazing kids to play in the dirt again.

Is the future of sustainable electricity ... in turkey droppings?

A new study shows that poultry excrement could be used as a viable biofuel.

The dramatic search for one of the world’s most elusive creatures: sand kittens

These zoologists have spent years looking for the mysterious feline that lives in deserts from Morocco to Israel.

This architect wants to build an underwater hotel in the Red Sea

See the first illustrations of Daniel Libeskind's unconventional plan to transform a southern Israel resort town.

Now there's a one-stop marketplace for eco-friendly fashion

27-year-old Daniella Zakon's Marrakesh website gathers artisans and retailers from around the world focused on sustainability, ethics and natural materials.

How plants tell a story in slow motion

This piece of artwork at the Jerusalem Biennale says so much without words.

Will this new campus turn New York into the new Silicon Valley?

Cornell Tech is combining research, business and sustainability to usher in a new era.

Can Facebook save the planet?

Learn how social media managers are using the Internet to amplify their causes.

Watch as remote tribe members in Siberia piece together their heritage

A genealogy company travels deep into the tundra to preserve the family history of the Nenets people.

How one Florida town is turning air into water

To combat drought and prepare for hurricane season, Miami Gardens is the first U.S. city to use this Israeli tech.

The most resilient animal in the world is a tiny species you've probably never heard of

Count on this guy when times get tough. Like, apocalypse-level tough.