President Joe Biden signed an executive order Thursday targeting half of all vehicle sales in the United States to be zero-emission vehicles by 2030.
Hawaii’s Big Island is currently battling a record size wildfire that forced thousands to evacuate amid worsening drought conditions.
Federal workplace safety officials are proposing nearly $1 million in fines against four companies following a January liquid nitrogen leak that killed six workers at a Georgia poultry processing plant.
This data comes as melting rates across the world, including Greenland, have accelerated in recent decades.
Two new reactors at Georgia’s Plant Vogtle will cost another billion dollars, with shareholders of the parent company of Georgia Power Co. taking a $460 million loss and other owners absorbing the rest.
Fishermen who make their living off adult salmon, once they enter the Pacific Ocean, are sounding the alarm as blistering heat waves and extended drought in the U.S. West raise water temperatures and imperil fish from Idaho to California.
Smoke from wildfires in the western U.S. and Canada is blanketing much of the continent. Here’s a look at why and how dangerous it is.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos said his trip to space has inspired him to fight even harder to combat climate change and move all “polluting industry” to space.
Video from space shows smoke from wildfires burning in the western U.S. blowing across the country, reaching as far as New York.
The heat will bring triple-digit temperatures to many areas not accustomed to it, and officials are sounding the alarm to take additional precautions if necessary to stay safe and hydrated.
The Energy Department is going back to a showerhead standard adopted in 2013, saying it provides plenty of water for a good soak and a thorough clean.
The deadly heat wave that struck the Pacific Northwest during the end of June likely killed billions of marine animals, according to researchers.
After being closed for about three days, Los Angeles County Public Health finally gave the green light to reopen the beaches Wednesday night.
NASA researchers predict that a “wobble” in the lunar cycle combined with rising sea levels from global warming will cause flooding that will impact coastal cities.
A new study shows portions of the Amazon rainforest are now emitting more carbon dioxide than they absorb due to factors including deforestation and climate change.
The American West is baking, burning and drying in intertwined extreme weather. Four sets of numbers explain how bad it is now, while several others explain why it got this bad.
The Bootleg Fire incinerating part of southern Oregon is the largest wildfire currently burning the U.S., spreading across more than 200,000 acres.
The number of wildfires that have burned through the U.S. and continue to burn is the largest since 2011, according to data from the National Interagency Fire Center.
A group that will test for lead in drinking water at Georgia public schools is inviting schools to apply for the testing program.
If verified, the 130 degree Fahrenheit temperature would be among the hottest ever measured on the planet.