Alaska faces more severe and frequent wildfires in the years to come. Meanwhile, its Mendenhall Glacier keeps releasing sudden surges of water.
Automakers now offer an array of discount leases and perks that make electric cars accessible for a much broader segment of the population.
From April to June, more than 80 percent of the Northern Hemisphere’s snow cover melted away — one of the most rapid shifts on record.
As more oil is being shipped by rail across North America, more oil is being spilled from trains.
Two college graduates set out by cycle to meet the women reshaping our food system.
People who live alone tend to live more sustainably, which is good news for cities.
In a hopeful sign for bee fans, the once-common Western bumblebee has been glimpsed in Washington state for the first time since the mid-90s.
A Koch-backed group didn’t want a new solar mandate, but another set of Tea Partiers thinks energy diversity is a smart idea.
Scientists are tinkering with the way broccoli tastes, looks, and grows, in an effort to get us to eat more of it. Sounds like a liberal government conspiracy.