The president's move is galvanizing climate action and energizing states, localities and companies
Republican governors in blue and purple states are confronting a gulf between Trump and voters frustrated with his decision on the Paris accord
With 700 new greenhouses, Alaska is growing its own produce as deep into winter as the sun keeps rising.
New French president, Emmanual Macron, reacted to the U.S. withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement by inviting disaffected U.S. researchers to make France "a second homeland."
A detailed analysis shows how much more CO2 each of Trump’s climate policy changes would send into the atmosphere
A U.S. withdrawal would give China the opportunity to become the world’s climate leader
Many scientists view the agreement as an essential step in preventing global catastrophe
An island volcano blew up last Saturday. A volcanologist explains why the location is difficult to monitor
A cooling summer dip in a freshwater lake or pond could give you a nasty reaction, but Michigan is leading the way in research and control
Smart design and roadside management could actually improve the odds for wildlife
Evaporation from overwatered lawns cost the city of Los Angeles 70 billion gallons of wasted water a year. But the city's trees were much thriftier. Christopher Intagliata reports.
A massive wave of ice and water in 2012 caused the amount of ice lost from the Rink Glacier to increase by more than 50 percent
Programs to track emissions from vehicles, factories, power plants and other sources would continue to receive funding
Canadian foundation says its field research could boost fisheries in Chile, but researchers doubt its motives
Cuts include 18 percent at the National Institutes of Health and 30 percent at the Environmental Protection Agency
Industry is working on new aircraft fuels that reduce greenhouse gas emissions
Scientists have developed a safe and cost-effective way to study what happens inside volcanoes
A new study has found a steady growth of moss in Antarctica over the last 50 years
The African mammal’s population numbers in the wild have dipped below 100,000
The tale of a giant Amazon fish reveals the promise and peril of “invasivorism”