This isn’t the country's first attempt at an atomic renaissance. Will the Dutch actually make it work this time?
The recent infrastructure law includes provisions to jumpstart carbon capture and storage, including offshore, to help stave off catastrophic climate change.
The new guidance covers checkout bags, eating utensils, food containers, ring carriers, stir sticks and straws.
Biden repeated his goal to lower gas prices that are averaging a record $5 a gallon in the U.S. while also shifting away from fossil fuels to limit climate change.
The extremist Georgia Republican also claimed carbon emissions are not bad because plants need them to survive.
People are readying to evacuate as the state's largest documented wildfire burns within miles of two Alaska Native villages.
Philadelphia's decision will affect around 100 school buildings that don’t have “sufficient air conditioning systems” to keep temperatures below the threshold.
Researchers were stunned when they discovered a species of seagrass had effectively cloned itself for 4,500 years and covered nearly 80 square miles.
A city official said the building management company wouldn't turn the heat off in a senior housing facility despite outdoor temperatures reaching the 90s.
As climate change takes hold, extreme heat is becoming a growing problem in cities across the globe. While urban heat waves have a devastating effect on cities' populations, they also highlight grave inequalities in urban life. As global temperatures rise, our cities are facing an existential problem: How can they combat extreme heat?