NASA's work on climate change would go to another agency, with or without funding, or possibly get cut
Critters living more than six miles below the ocean surface contain high levels of harmful compounds like PCBs and flame retardants. Julia Rosen reports.
Staff at the EPA have been told the president is preparing a handful of executive orders concerning the agency
Researchers found the range of wildlife now affected by climate change is broad, and includes animals on every continent
The Army Corps will run 10 pilot projects in which dredged sediment will protect coastlines
A Pacific Northwest housing boom is encroaching on songbird habitat, forcing the birds to flee their homes—and their mates.
International team seeks better picture of wind as it moves over rugged terrain
A thin film coating can chill a vat of water to 15 degress Fahrenheit cooler than its surroundings, by absorbing—and then emitting—the sun's infrared rays. Christopher Intagliata reports.
Coral reefs, kelp forests and other ocean ecosystems may be more resilient than we think
Scientists are descending on the Aloha State to gain new insights into volcanic activity and coral reef health there
Mini drones sporting horsehair coated in a sticky gel could one day take the pressure off declining bee populations
Legal experts have said the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe faces long odds in convincing courts to halt work on the pipeline
Researchers look into the future of the far North for clues to save species and maybe even bring back sea ice
But would a price of $40 per ton hold back climate change as much as Obama policies would have?
Panel will likely push reforms that many fear will meddle with the scientific process
The low-oxygen waters of the dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico result in smaller shrimp, and a spike in large shrimp prices. Christopher Intagliata reports.
The decision could enable the $3.8 billion pipeline to begin operation as soon as June
Low oil and gas prices make this the right time to tax fossil fuels
The state, and North Carolina, had trouble planning for damaging erosion after orders similar to White House moves
New research suggests that as weather patterns changed some 30,000 years ago in Australia, megafauna went extinct