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Although climate change may now rank alongside ISIS as the world’s most feared security threat according to a new Pew report
The Sierra Club will fight this attempt to delay and weaken these vital clean water protections every step of the way, with every tool at our disposal.
Like a magician who distracts the audience to accomplish his trick, Scott Pruitt has decided to stage an exercise pitting
The areas likely to be worst affected in northern India, southern Pakistan and Bangladesh are home to 1.5 billion people, said the study’s co-author.
Conservationists say the decision could help save other imperiled wildlife.
The other shoe just dropped. Four months after the publication of a batch of internal Monsanto Co. documents stirred international
Nothing seems to be off the table when it comes to protecting industry, and not the laws that protect the health of American citizens.
Locals are sharing other shocking images after the original video surfaced.
These efforts are mostly flying under the radar, but they could short-circuit lawsuits and make it harder to restore environmental protections.
The growth of the electric vehicle market provides an example of how the transition to a renewable resource based economy will probably take place.
We need to stop defeating pipelines, wells, and mines and make them obsolete instead.
Hikers found the mortally wounded female, which had to be put down.
Three victims, including a toddler, needed liver transplants.
So, it’s hard to explain what led to the “great crisis.” You see, everyone said it would never happen. A megadrought has
January is the new March.
Nine creatures were removed from "Magic World" near the war-torn city of Aleppo.
Scientists, and non-scientists who listen to them, have known for some time that life on this planet is in imminent jeopardy
The little critters really aren't so scary -- and they even eat unwanted insects.
In a recent Wall Street Journal editorial, Steve Milloy concocted a spectacular — and fictitious — tale of corruption within
Chesapeake Bay residents hope to build a sea wall to hold off rising waters.