Climate change impacts the everyday lives of all citizens around the globe, but certain communities are disproportionately affected. Women, in particular, shoulder a disproportionate burden.
Bob Garver takes a look at "The Unholy," and find the title fitting.
(The Center Square) - Kansas state Sen. Mike Thompson is proposing legislation that would limit the placement of wind turbines in rural areas.
Thompson, chairman of the State Senate Utilities Committee, fears that improper placement could cause property values to fall and impose on rural residents' quality of life.
Does relying on a GPS app help or hurt the environment - or does it matter?
Giant kelp, the world's largest species of marine algae, is an attractive source for making biofuels.
The United States' offshore wind industry is tiny, with just seven wind turbines operating off Rhode Island and Virginia.
Can plants cause air pollution?
Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon joined other governors in writing a letter of support to Congress on the Storing CO2 and Lowering Emissions Act.
As winter phases into spring across the U.S., gardeners are laying in supplies and making plans. Meanwhile, as the weather warms, common garden insects such as bees, beetles and butterflies will emerge from underground burrows or nests within or on plants.