The birders in your life may not take this news well.
Scientists suspected that the big white beasts entered a kind of walking hibernation during the summer, when food is scarce. They were wrong.
Mountaintop-removal miners have a long tradition of polluting and burying streams. New rules would make them clean up their act a little.
That's the bummer conclusion of a new study.
Carbon capture and sequestration technology is advancing, but startups aren't getting much love from the government.
Hopeful winemakers were banking on climate change to warm their vineyards, but it might take a couple decades.
Even as power plant pollution has decreased in a big majority of states, economic growth has continued, a new report finds.
"We just had to hold them in our hands and hope the glue dried quickly" and other adventures in bee science.
The Northeast’s cap-and-trade program, the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, generated $1.3 billion in economic benefits over three years.