Left out of the Paris Agreement in 2015, the shipping industry is finally joining the rest of the world on the path to decarbonization.
A less icy Arctic will be an economic boon for some, but marine wildlife experts are focused on the increased risks more ships will pose to certain polar species.
A federal judge in California blocked the city of Oakland's attempt to prevent the shipment of coal through a proposed cargo terminal.
Even smaller fishing boats are venturing deeper into the Arctic, an analysis finds.
The global shipping industry will still need to ratchet up its efforts to decarbonize to keep the goals of the Paris Agreement alive.
Most Western nations send their unwanted scrap materials to China for reuse, but what happens if China stops accepting the waste?
Fatal collisions between ships and blue whales are far too common. Luckily, there are scientists creating new technology to fix that.
Long Beach, California: A scene from 2,000 feet above the Port of Long Beach, where officials say they handle the transport of $180 billion worth of goods each year.
And the extra pollution that comes with them.