The EPA is still refusing to ban these dangerous insecticides, but a U.S. Fish and Wildlife official is phasing them out in some wildlife refuges.
Hot, dry weather is triggering wildfires that are eating up forests in the Northwest Territories in Canada, and in the U.S. West too.
Australia is now the first country in the world to undo a price on greenhouse gas pollution, thanks to its climate-denying prime minister.
Experiments by Google, Environmental Defense Fund, and university scientists reveal the huge amounts of methane that leak from pipelines beneath some cities.
The president has unveiled a number of initiatives to help communities and citizens adapt to changes in the weather.
After calls for voluntary conservation didn't work, the drought-stricken state is cracking down on profligate water use.
Budget cuts at federal agencies are helping companies get away with more than 99 percent of the environmental crimes the government knows about.
Efforts to protect U.S. panel manufacturers from cheap Chinese imports have run afoul of the World Trade Organization.
The drought and overuse of Colorado River water has led to an epic decline in water levels at Lake Mead.
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