IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser.
  • UP NEXT

    Americans moving to places more resistant to climate change

    03:53
  • Puffins thriving on protected island despite changing temperatures

    04:26
  • How facial recognition is being used to track and protect pandas

    04:50
  • Indigenous people fight to save New York shoreline and heritage

    04:11
  • Massive wildfire endangers Yosemite’s giant sequoia trees

    00:27
  • Chris Martin talks introducing sustainability into Coldplay world tour

    04:56
  • First all-Black Mt. Everest climbing team reflects on historic summit

    02:50
  • Inside the race to save a rare marine mammal on brink of extinction

    03:30
  • How to get your kids outside: Renowned outdoorsman shares tips

    03:57
  • Dallas-Fort Worth becomes 1st airport to use cooking oil as jet fuel

    03:32
  • Al Roker takes part in first-of-its-kind Aspen climate event in Miami

    02:34
  • Climate officials say over half of US is now in a drought

    00:31
  • Al Roker surprised with honor of becoming first NOAA emissary

    05:18
  • Eco-friendly products: Bottle-free beauty set, felt lunch bags, more

    06:07
  • South Korea to begin building a floating city for 12,000 people

    00:25
  • See these Earth Week experiments with Kate the Chemist

    05:08
  • TODAY sets record for most people watering plants at once

    06:46
  • Hottest sustainable products: Dryer balls, outlet timer, more

    04:21
  • Meet the mom minimizing waste with eco-friendly cleaning supplies

    04:31
  • How Earthships are a key tool in navigating environmental changes

    03:57

How American crocodiles are being saved from extinction

04:36

Nearly two dozen animals have plants have just been declared extinct by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, but one species of crocodile was saved from the brink. As our TODAY Climate series continues, NBC’s Kerry Sanders reports from Homestead, Florida.