The cohort includes undergraduates, graduate students and recent graduates with a demonstrated commitment to climate and ...
More than 70 million people are currently under heat alerts as a heat wave spreads across the Midwest and Northeastern U.S.
Environmental groups want to use engineered wetlands to help replenish the river of grass and address toxic algae. The ...
Faulty studies, supply chain woes and costly grid upgrades are delaying projects and preventing more clean electricity from ...
Astrid Puentes Riaño, a Colombian lawyer based in Mexico City, is the first woman, and the first person from the Global South ...
State regulators say discharges of treated produced water into rivers are too risky. But they see a pathway for produced ...
In a setback to efforts to conserve 30 percent of the ocean by 2030, a third of the world’s largest MPAs allow destructive ...
A Blue Cross employee told the filmmaker in an email that the screening was called off by the health insurer, which counts ...
From our collaborating partner “Living on Earth,” public radio’s environmental news magazine, an interview by executive ...
Warming and habitat loss diminished sage grouse populations 80 percent since 1965, putting them on the brink of an endangered ...
WASHINGTON—Eight climate activists arrested after storming the field at the annual Congressional Baseball Game at Nationals ...
The ethanol industry has billed itself as a green alternative to oil and gas, but new research finds biofuel refineries are ...