How will the U.S. government protect the polar bear?
The Obama administration is moving to speed up endangered species decisions as nearly 100 species have been awaiting a decision for more than a decade.
The federal government adopts a fishing ban to protect increasingly ice-free Arctic waters
Solution? Or pollution?
Oceanic agency wants to halt the "race for fish"
Risk greater for disease, death and intersex traits
The Interior Department upholds a Bush administration rule that restricts the use of the Endangered Species Act to limit greenhouse gas emissions
The Obama administration mulls whether the plight of the polar bear should prompt efforts to combat global warming
As offshore energy development expands, researchers argue that federal policymakers must devise ways to settle legal disputes
State governors fail to back a federal program to preserve and protect native prairie