Enviros waging war against the wanton use of dispersants scored a legal victory Thursday that may help whales, sea turtles, and other marine critters.
A new law calls for the governor to hire a staffer who'll help the state brace for global warming's impacts and offer advice on lowering emissions.
Did you hear that global warming has slowed down or even stopped? Sorry to burst your bubble, but the extra heat is just sleeping with the fishes. For now.
After a rogue strain of Monsanto's GMO wheat was found on an Oregon farm, countries in Europe and Asia are acting to ensure their food supplies aren't tainted.
If GMO salmon escape, scientists say they could breed with brown trout, creating monster trout that outgrow normal fish and outcompete them for food.
This week marks the 60th anniversary of the first ascent of Everest by Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay. But thanks to climate change, these aren't the same peaks.
Fifty-eight percent have no opinion on fracking, according to a survey. Among those who do, conservatives tend to like it and liberals tend not to.
Enviros and the coal industry are paying close attention to a county council race that will determine whether a big coal-export terminal gets built.
Monsanto tested a GMO wheat strain a decade ago but gave it up and never got it approved. Now it's invaded a field in Oregon, which could be bad news for America's wheat exporters.