"We are a sovereign nation and we will fight to protect our water and sacred places," tribe chairman says after the Dakota Access Pipeline receives final permit for construction.
Eco Catholic: The dawn of Trump's presidency has offered much to rattle the nerves of environmental advocates, who called on Catholics to mobilize their faith into action at all levels.
Drought in Eastern Africa: In Thatha, about 93 miles northeast of Nairobi, a severe drought has left many families without food, water and pasture for their livestock. "The rains are our greatest disappointment," Agnes Mwikali, a 40-year-old mother said. "Every season, we plant our seeds and watch the crops germinate, only for the rains to leave before they mature."
Eco Catholic: Ranchers on the border are making some of the most interesting arguments about "border control." They don't think the border wall is ecologically wise.
Eco Catholic: We in the realm of environmental concern often have a simultaneous sense of needing to do more while knowing we also need to do less.
President Trump's executive orders advancing the construction of pipelines are drawing condemnation from the Native American and religious groups that have opposed them.
Eco Catholic: In a craftsman's workshop on the edge of Rome's Campo Verano cemetery, two designers are working to revive what they see as a dying art: burial.
Catholic sisters whose charism and ministry is about protecting the environment have been discerning their "what's next" plans in advance of the new presidential administration.
Eco Catholic: Will President-elect Donald Trump's pick to head the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency actually protect the environment?
Eco Catholic: Activists held rallies urging officials to deny approval of Cabinet nominees with track records of denying or discounting the scientific consensus on climate change.