The Filipina writer talks about her passion for literature, the influence of poet Kenneth Rexroth and adapting "The Gangster of Love."
New scientific reports highlight yet again the threats that climate change and rising temperatures are posing for many species.
Nepali farmers are finding that environmentally friendly cultivation methods increase yields -- and also help them adapt to rising temperatures and increasingly erratic rainfall.
In just two centuries, many plant species have scrambled 500 meters up the Andes in search of cooler temperatures.
Human-induced climate change adds to threats vertebrates face from hunting and habitat loss, as researchers warn that modern extinction rates are exceptionally high.
Under the influence of greenhouse gases, changes in air temperature and wind patterns are increasing rainfall and crop yields in the drought-prone Sahel region.
Worker performance drops measurably as global warming drives temperatures to record levels.
The popular story about Thanksgiving is an environmental parable that we would do well to remember today.
The exotic lionfish, already a long way from the reefs of its Indo-Pacific home, is heading further north up the U.S. coast as global warming causes big changes in ocean habitats.