GAO Found DoD Installations have not consistently assessed risks from extreme weather and climate change effects.
A recent report claims that the U.S. military emitted 59 million metric tons of carbon dioxide in 2017.
As solar energy becomes more popular, utility companies are seeking reductions to net metering, meaning it will take far longer for rooftop solar to pay for itself.
Experts say companies should recycle electric vehicle batteries to avoid massive increases in harmful mining.
Proponents say the ACE rule gives states more power, but critics say the plan could result in more pollution and premature deaths.
An alarming study shows that nearly 600 species of seed-bearing plants have gone extinct since 1753.
Scientists may be able to use insect cells to grow muscle and fat in a lab, creating food that tastes and chews like steak, chicken, lobster or shrimp.
The ammonia fertilizer industry produces far worse emissions than previously estimated by the Environmental Protection Agency.
Senate Environment and Public Works Committee approved bipartisan “PFAS Release Disclosure and Protection Act”
Researchers at Michigan State University have successfully created the first completely transparent solar panels.
The UK turned on the first part of what will be the world’s largest and furthest offshore wind farm this week, forging its way further into the forefront of the offshore wind industry.
Environmentally conscious travelers are at a crossroads, balancing their desire to see wonders like the Great Barrier Reef or Iceland’s glaciers with the environmental impact of traveling to these destinations.
According to a new analysis of corporate disclosures, companies around the world foresee climate change as a negative effect on their bottom lines.
Farmers across the U.S. are faced with tough decisions this planting season, as President Donald Trump’s trade war with China continues and heavy rains make it difficult to plant crops.
New research suggests large birds and land mammals will face extinction over the next century due to climate change, deforestation, hunting and increased urbanization.
A new study published in Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change found that, left unchecked, greenhouse gas emissions will reduce Colombian land suitable for rice production by 60% by the 2050s.
Heat waves threatened people and crops across the globe throughout the summer of 2018, according to Nexus Media, researchers have concluded that humans are to blame.
A research team is planning to light a fire in a Utah forest at the end of June to clear out dead conifer trees and allow quaking aspen to regain a place in a national forest.
Algae blooms have been known to suffocate marine wildlife and The New York Times reports that 8 million farmed salmon in northern Norway met this fate over the past week.
African elephant poaching hit its peak in 2011 and the mammals faced a high risk of extinction at the hands of poachers.