Hundreds of homes, buildings and structures have been destroyed in the historic town of Lahaina.
NPR's Juana Summers talks with Reveal reporter Nathan Halverson about Arizona's investment in a major land deal that effectively ships the state's limited water supply overseas in the form of hay.
A wildfire destroyed dozens of homes and businesses in a historic tourist town, killing at least six people and injuring two dozen others. Panicked residents jumped into the ocean to flee the flames.
Hundreds of acres of wildfires have burned on Maui, driven by winds that were increased by Hurricane Dora. The fires have caused power outages, evacuations, road closures and destroyed buildings.
Norfolk, Va., is one of the cities most at risk from sea level rise. It's now working on a floodwall project which critics worry won't address key impacts of climate change or protect people equally.
Kenya was hailed for its decision to outlaw single use plastic bags in 2016, with remarkably hefty penalties. So why are the bags back in stores, piling up in dumps — and being ingested by livestock?
Utilities argue proposed EPA power plant rules are too strict and environmental groups argue they should reduce climate pollution even more.
Ford's plans to produce electric vehicle batteries based on technology and licensing from China has become a flashpoint in the debate over relations between the two countries.
Researchers in Alabama are trying to toughen up baby oysters so they can better withstand predators. It's all part of an effort to restore oyster reefs around the world.
The new national monument that President Biden is designating in Arizona today comes after Native nations advocated for decades to protect the area