Protesters outlined a litany of concerns about fracking activity within two miles of parks, schools, homes and day cares, arguing that drilling should be limited to industrial- zoned areas.
A wind boom is coming to Wyoming, though it's mostly located in a wind alley from central Wyoming down southwest. And the reality is the state isn't of one mind about new wind.
Dry rivers could be making a hidden contribution to climate change, according to a new study.
After paying more than $65 billion in legal costs for the Deepwater Horizon catastrophe, BP is wary of the risk of lawsuits related to climate change.
Pakistan's farmers are struggling to bring in a harvest as the country's weather patterns change as a result of climate change.
Theresa May unveils target to halve energy usage of new buildings by 2030 as she talks up plans to place UK at forefront of global scientific research and technological development.
The anticipated meeting between President Trump and Kim Jong Un could put the former real estate tycoon eye to eye with a reviled autocrat who appears more in line with global thinking on one issue: climate change.
Macomb County's Public Works Commissioner wants the public to be aware of a growing problem menacing municipal sewer systems: flushable wipes.
For both humans and wildlife, the Republican reauthorization of the Farm Bill would usher in the weakest federal protections against pesticide abuse since Silent Spring
Artist Emily Marko "live doodles" to bring the power of art to weighty discussions. We caught up with her - and her Sharpies - at a meeting on lead and children's health.
Mice exposed to fracking chemicals during pregnancy were less able to fend off diseases; scientists say this could have major implications for people near oil and gas sites