Climate gentrification is occurring in previously-overlooked poorer neighborhoods that are more resilient to climate threats, making them more expensive
Nonnative invasive grasses may be fueling wildfires across the United States.
Is cutting trees to make paper still a big issue in the United States and around the world?
A 2012 study has found that exposure to certain lawn care chemicals can cause cancers in dogs.
A series of Colorado workshops will focus on energy-saving opportunities for farmers and ranchers.
The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission has passed the first new regulation under Senate Bill 181.
Turkey has become easier to produce over the years, making it easier on American wallets - with some environmental benefits as well.
Countries have called California's cap-and-trade program the answer to climate change. But it is just as vulnerable to lobbying as any other legislation. The result: The state's biggest oil and gas companies have actually polluted more since it started.
How are American supermarket chains doing in regard to cutting back on single-use plastics?
B. Weston, Jacksonville, FL
Not very well, if you ask Greenpeace. The activist group compares 20 U.S. grocery chains by their commitments and actions to reduce single-use plastics in its recently released "Shopping for Plastic 2019" report. Each and every chain--even those you would think are leading the charge on reducing plastic--gets a failing score.
Four important questions about the Paris climate agreement and U.S. involvement.