Floods, wildfires and hurricanes can have long-term financial consequences for college-age people. As climate change makes disasters more common, more and more students are struggling.
Extreme wildfires have destroyed about one-fifth of all giant sequoia trees. To safeguard their future, the National Park Service is planting seedlings that could better survive a hotter climate.
A series of polls by High Point University’s Survey Research Center finds that climate change is a concern among North Carolina residents at a state, federal and global level.
Recycling "does not solve the solid waste problem," the head of a plastics trade group said in 1989, around the time the industry was launching its recycling campaign.
In a landmark UN study, researchers found nearly half of the world's threatened migratory species have declining populations. More than a fifth of the assessed animals face extinction.
Democrats are looking to keep Nevada voters in Biden's corner this year and they hope his policies to do it. But communicating the federal dollars isn't the easiest way to excite voters.
The new regulations could save thousands of lives from deadly air pollution, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's calculations.
Spiderwebs can capture environmental DNA, or eDNA, from vertebrate animals in their area, potentially making them a useful tool in animal monitoring, tracking and conservation.
Oklahoma City and several other cities last year worked with NOAA to map neighborhoods to find out how heat impacts neighborhoods. The data can help cities prepare and adapt to a warmer world.