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It's hot and getting hotter, with no end in sight. The National Weather Service says this summer actually got off to a bit of a cool start but then took a sharp turn. This year's high so far in downtown Los Angeles was 108 compared with 98 by this time last year.
The provinces are on the 'exact same page,' Ford says, as Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe insists climate change can be addressed without a carbon tax.
Aides later sought to block an assessment that found the levels of formaldehyde that many Americans breathe in daily are linked to cancer.
Many environmentalists have opposed nuclear power, citing its dangers and the difficulty of disposing of its radioactive waste. But a Pulitzer Prize-winning author argues that nuclear is safer than most energy sources and is needed if the world hopes to radically decrease its carbon emissions.
Four decades of satellite data confirm man-made global warming and find seasonal warming trends that could threaten crops.
More than $2 billion was spent on lobbying climate change legislation in the United States from 2000 to 2016, with the fossil fuel industry, transportation companies, and utilities outspending environmental groups and the renewable energy industry 10 to 1, according to a new analysis published in the journal Climatic Change.
In his first wide-ranging interview since his release, Dwight Hammond Jr. talked about how he coped in prison, how he learned of his pardon and the shock of his sudden release.
The inspector general’s probe will focus on whether Zinke violated conflict-of-interest laws.
Canada's federal government is interpreting Ontario's cancellation of its cap-and-trade program as equivalent to withdrawing from Ottawa's national climate change framework - and is reconsidering more than $400 million in funding as a result.
Four dams on the Klamath River may be simultaneously removed as early as 2021, after years of planning. It’s being hailed as a crucial effort to save salmon, but it won’t solve all the basin’s water problems.
Officials keep dredging up PCBs and posting signs at New Bedford Harbor—but studies suggest anglers are eating too much of their contaminated catch.
"It's just crazy to think the county would want to divert millions of dollars from these funds for one over-the-top building renovation project."
"It's really shocking that we found such a significant effect on a population that is usually considered immune to these heat exposures"