The regulation limited planet-warming carbon dioxide emissions from power plants
Seeing a chance to lead, China is deploying clean energy, quantum satellites and genomics
Experts disagree on whether this hearty pine, vital to the American West, is dying from climate change or just correcting for its recent success
Scientists and farmers on the Australian prairie have discovered a new way to fight invasive weeds
The famed primatologist talks about her past work, her environmental concerns and the importance of conservation
Known as “Monkey Island,” Cayo Santiago is considered a research treasure
EPA deputy nominee Andrew Wheeler waged behind-the-scenes war against climate bills
Melting glaciers are causing Greenland’s delta regions to expand
Researchers have spent decades tracking the lives and deaths of thousands of trees
The coalition is the largest number of Catholic institutions to team up for a shift to green energy
But in a new poll, half say they would not pay more on their electric bill to help lower emissions
New research reveals how climate change and bee declines could be linked
Submerged electric eels lose current to water, so they apparently leap into the air to minimize their contact with water and maximize their shock value.
Attempts to stop the spread of bird flu and protect wildlife had unintended consequences
A chance observation led researchers to add the Australian Magpie to the short list of birds that dunk their food in water before eating.
Due to human activities, these forests emit more CO2 than all of America's cars and trucks
The 2011 east Japan tsunami swept huge amounts of wreckage out to sea—and Japanese species hitchhiked across the Pacific on the debris. Christopher Intagliata reports.
Hurricane Maria will trigger profound demographic changes for Puerto Rico
Jonathan Losos, biology professor at Harvard and curator of herpetology at the university’s Museum of Comparative Zoology, talks about his latest book, Improbable Destinies: Fate, Chance and the Future of Evolution.
Panda populations are rising, but the species has less living space today than three decades ago