Nearly a third offered students the flawed mixed message that modern warming is caused by both humans and natural temperature shifts.
A new national organization will push to make it easier to get solar power when it can’t go on your own roof.
Vast stretches of industrial salt ponds are slowly creeping back to natural, wildlife-friendly state.
Locals describe the scene at Mount Hood as “stunning” and “Monet-like.”
The EPA can’t enforce the regulations until the Supreme Court weighs in, but states can still use them as guidance.
A scientist says global warming could trigger delays and extend Europe-to-America journeys.
The seasonal drenching shows a big geographical consistency … until it doesn’t.
In Philadelphia, residents can request on-demand plowing and salting after snowfalls.
The latest environmental rallying cry—“Keep It in the Ground”—will help stop pollution. But that policy’s effect on carbon emissions isn’t as clear.
Storm Imogen’s hurricane-force winds are churning up flying, smelly suds.
The discovery of tin cans used as “filler” raises questions about the apartment complex’s construction.
Even if El Niño ends the region’s current dry spell.
The proposed $10 per barrel fee would fund a massive overhaul of the country’s transportation system.
These bizarre cylinders self-form in just the right snow and wind conditions.
Not to alarm you or anything.
This year might be a glimpse into the infectious world of the future.
The city is using a big federal grant to filter and retain the stormwater it once banished.
Scientists say a "perfect storm" of events has triggered the epidemic.