Earth Day News
New poll shows Trump has the lowest approval rating of any president since 1945
The ABC News poll also showed that 96 percent of Trump voters say they have no regrets.
Thousands march around the world expressing support for science
Earth Day demonstrations were in response to Trump administration proposed budget cuts for federal science programs.
March for Science held in cities around world calls for respect, funding
Scientists and supporters of science marched in cities around the world Saturday to push back against what organizers said is “an alarming trend toward discrediting scientific consensus and restricting scientific discovery.” The March for Science, coinciding with Earth Day , was set for more than
Celebrating Earth Day
ABC News' Rob Marciano talks to the director of the Nature Conservancy about what people can do every day to lessen damage to the environment.
Celebrating Earth Day with Jane Goodall
DisneyNature's ambassador Jane Goodall opens up in an interview with "GMA" anchor Michael Strahan about the new film "Born in China."
Photographer captures plastic pollution 'nightmare' in India ahead of Earth Day
As photographer Jacques de Lannoy stood on an empty beach last year in Okinawa, Japan, he almost failed to notice a heap of plastic bottles that had washed up on the shore. "Discarded plastic has become such a common sight on Asia’s beaches that the absence of it would have been noteworthy," de
Apple sets Earth Day goal
The tech giant is striving to achieve its goal to only use renewable materials for its products.
Celebrating Earth Day with 'animal ambassadors' from the San Diego Zoo
Some furry and slimy animals stopped by ABC News headquarters in New York to raise awareness about animal conservation ahead of Earth Day.
Facebook enhances picture capabilities
Users will be able to add animated graphics to their pictures through a technology called augmented reality.
Kerry: Ocean Protection Is 'Life and Death' National Security Issue
Secretary of State John Kerry spoke this morning at an ocean preservation summit at Georgetown University, saying the state of the world's oceans is a pressing international security issue. "This is life and death. This is national security . This is international security," Kerry said. He cited