The $144 billion Agriculture Department spends less than 1 percent of its budget helping farmers adapt to increasingly extreme weather.
Critics say ethane expansion on the banks of the Ohio River, just outside Pittsburgh, will not only prolong fracking but could also trigger a public health disaster.
A commercial is the latest and most bizarre salvo in a fight over an Ohio law subsidizing two nuclear plants owned by FirstEnergy Solutions.
This summer, as rain relentlessly poured down on the Great Lakes region, Detroit declared a rare state of emergency. The swollen Detroit River had spilled into the low-lying Jefferson Chalmers neighborhood – an event not seen near this scale since 1986.
Columbus, Ohio, is the first U.S. city to meet federal ozone pollution targets after previously failing to meet them, the EPA announced.
By keeping Americans focused on the climate benefits of gas vs. coal, industry seeks to delay a broader debate of the deficits of gas vs. renewables.
Lessons from environmental and economic restoration efforts in the Ruhr Valley could help usher Appalachia into a new era.
Study finds decreasing lead in topsoil coincides with reductions in children's blood levels, which suggests playing around the dirt may be an important source of the toxic for children