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India’s rice farmers look to an ancient crop to prepare for a flood-prone tomorrow.
A 100-mile stretch of coral reef in Mexico is now insured just like any other valuable asset. Is this the future of conservation?
A special air filtration device that reaches temperatures of 1,832 degrees to destroy PFAS will be in operation by the end of the month at Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics in Merrimack,
Thousands of volunteers are looking for the invasive, bee-killing insect, leaving officials optimistic about keeping the hornets at bay.

Modified switchgrass can sop up weapons chemicals on military ranges.

Some say change is still not fast enough to address a climate emergency that the Board declared two years ago.

A new study supplies more evidence that oyster restoration efforts are having the desired impact in Maryland’s tidal rivers, forming better reefs than those set aside as sanctuaries or regularly

How Canada's most populous city is fighting food insecurity and climate change at the same time.

With open pit coal mines planned in the picturesque eastern Rocky Mountains, musician Corb Lund has helped unite disparate opponents to coal expansion.

With yet another dry well, the previously high expectations for the Barents Sea to become a new petroleum province is fading out.

The Global Alliance for a Green New Deal wants sharper emissions cuts, better climate finance from rich countries, ecological justice, and more.

More than four dozen northern bobwhite quail were set free in Port Washington on Sunday as North Hempstead Town officials released the feathery fowl into the wild to fight ticks.

As more electric vehicles land on the roads, Indiana is behind on the infrastructure needed to support them. So the state is trying to catch up.
The $3.5 trillion budget plan is expected to face opposition from parts of the energy industry and their industrial customers over provisions likely to raise their costs.
The two-seater car can go 12 miles on a charge, with a top speed of 28 mph—perfect for short city errands.
Cowessess First Nation unveilled its new Community Building Solar Project on Tuesday, continuing toward a goal of becoming one of the greenest First Nations in Canada.

Airport officials said the microgrid that routes power produced onsite to the airport's terminal and other buildings is active and protects it from the kinds of blackouts and power disruptions that have wrought havoc at other airports across the country.

In addition to building economic security, small-scale cooperative farms in North Carolina are strengthening community and a sense of home-grown pride.

Former industry insider says new survey shows that workers have skills to transition, but face obstacles that prevent change.

Bidirectional charging lets EVs store and release energy — and could be key to greening our grid.

The project is a joint partnership with the Quebec government and plant owner LM Wind Power, a Danish subsidiary of General Electric, to produce 107-metre-long blades that the federal government says would be the largest in the world.
A majority of Canadians working in fossil fuels are interested in switching to jobs in the net-zero economy, but are worried about being left behind, according to a new poll.
The federal government is inviting the City of Vancouver to apply for up to $20 million in funding for natural infrastructure projects to support the city’s strategy to capture and clean rainfall with natural solutions.
Dredging had devastated the once rich waters around the Scottish isle of Arran. But a small protected area has created a flourishing pocket of marine life and campaigners want to establish similar areas around Scotland. 
Governor Charlie Baker is urging the US Environmental Protection Agency to place the Lower Neponset River on its Superfund National Priority List, citing the “serious nature” of the water’s contamination.
A national clean electricity standard would save thousands of lives and yield other health and climate benefits that would outweigh the policy's costs, according to a first-of-its-kind study.
After 72 years and billions of interlocking polymer toy bricks, the company finally has an eco-friendly alternative.
Aishwarya Puttur is a member of Banking on a Better Future, which raises awareness that customer investments are being used by banks to fund fossil fuel expansion.

Teaching Indigenous communities in the Amazon to use remote-monitoring technologies can reduce deforestation, a new study has found.

Millions of workers stand to benefit from new jobs in the solar industry. But experts still see challenges that could overshadow this golden opportunity.

Liset Garcia's parents, who grew up in Oaxaca, told her the family would survive just fine without running water.

Should you lease or buy? That’s one of the main questions homeowners need to answer before installing a solar-energy system.
Created by a cooperative of young producers, GrownBy allows farmers to sell locally, without paying hefty fees to a Silicon Valley-backed middleman.