The deadly tornado outbreak that tore through communities from Arkansas to Illinois on the night of Dec. 10-11, 2021, was so unusual in its duration and strength, particularly for December, that a lot of people including the U.S. president are asking what role climate change might have played.
Extremely powerful winds swept across a large part of the U.S. on Dec. 15, 2021, hitting several states with hurricane-force gusts.
Wyoming and other western states are projected to see multiple years in a row without any snow as soon as 35 years out if efforts to rein in fossil-fuel emissions fail to meet global targets, according to a new report.
Efforts began in the 1980s to reduce human impacts on the ozone layer. Have the benefits been calculated?
California environmental regulators have set a date to halt the sale of new gas-powered leaf blowers and lawnmowers, the latest move in the state's efforts to address pollution and reduce emissions.
California is preparing for a third straight year of drought, and officials are tightening limits on water use to levels never seen so early in the water year.
As the Biden administration tries to build support for new climate and energy policies, a set of studies offers some insights that could help them appeal to the widest audience.
The average American's everyday interactions with energy sources are limited. They range from turning appliances on or off, to commuting, to paying utility bills.
The connections between those acts and rising global temperatures may seem distant.
As climate change fuels large-scale natural disasters, the real estate mantra of "location, location, location" is taking on new meaning. In 2021, homeowners have contended with threats including paralyzing cold on the Great Plains, wildfire evacuations in the West and flooding from the South to New York City and New England.