Environment

The social distance of the coronavirus pandemic is reminding Americans of the healing powers of the great outdoors.
Hardly any ice covered the Great Lakes this winter. Is this the new normal?
Over the past two weeks, Kentucky, South Dakota and West Virginia approved new laws meant to discourage Dakota Access-style protests. More are on the way.
The administration is pushing its pro-polluter agenda as the U.S. death toll from COVID-19 rises.
Make sure your dog, cat, rabbit or other animal companion is accounted for if you have a COVID-19-related crisis.
The plastics industry is mounting a campaign to push single-use plastics as the safest option, despite the science being far from clear.
Tourism fuels the economy of Block Island, Rhode Island, but residents worry visitors seeking refuge from the pandemic could strain the town's limited resources.
The iconic structure was hit with devastating, back-to-back bleaching in 2016 and 2017.
Thwarting the coronavirus means washing hands and staying hydrated. That's not easy for the 2 million Americans still without plumbing in 2020.
U.S. District Judge James Boasberg ordered the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to conduct a full environmental review of the controversial pipeline.
"Our actions can be the difference between life and death for many others," the teen climate activist said.
Amid a global pandemic, members of Congress look to throw a lifeline to the industry that bankrolled their campaigns.
Researchers said the creatures could be filling the biological role once played by extinct animals like giant llamas.
The bill targets the airline industry for emissions cuts in particular.
The delayed COVID-19 response was met with swift condemnation. But outrage about the decades-long delay on climate change continues to be waved away as alarmism.
The company faces more than $30 billion in potential liabilities from California wildfires in 2017 and 2018 linked to its equipment.
They approved pipelines and gold mines while attacking science as the death toll rises from the novel coronavirus and mass layoffs begin.
As airline layoffs mount due to the coronavirus' unprecedented economic shock, the influential Association of Flight Attendants plans to push for emissions cuts.
Anna Seidman, a 20-year veteran of Safari Club International, has joined the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service — an agency she's sued several times.
The 2008 auto bailout led to stricter tailpipe emissions rules. In the “flight shame" era, shouldn’t the aviation industry buck up on fuel efficiency and electric planes?