About 20% of data centers in the United States already rely on watersheds that are under moderate to high stress from drought and other factors. However, few companies are talking about the issue.
Zombie ice, or doomed ice that is no longer getting replenished by parent glaciers will raise global sea level by at least 10.6 inches, according to a new study.
New England is experiencing more frequent droughts, which threaten farmers, deplete water supplies, and increase the risk of wildfires. This summer's been a tough one.
Voluntary conservation is embraced by some farmers who get payments. But some governors are comparing the Biden administration's new plan to step up conservation goals to a government takeover.
While the impacts of climate change may conjure images of natural disasters, a new study shows that its can also impact humans on a microscopic level.
Mississippi's governor says the Mississippi Emergency Management Agency will start distributing both drinking water and non-potable water in the city of 150,000 residents.
Gloria Majiga-Kamoto, after seeing goats dying from eating plastic bags, took on the plastic industry and won the Goldman Environmental Prize. But Malawi's plastic industry still poses challenges.
Nearly 80,000 gallons of raw sewage was released in Peter's Creek in Winston-Salem last week, and the public wasn't notified until days later.
Swastika Mountain, located about 30 miles outside Eugene, Ore., was named after a local ranch in the early 1900s. Now it's in the process of being renamed.