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More than 3,000 years ago, a drought gripped the ancient empires of the Levant. The queen of the Hittites, living in what's now Turkey, sent a desperate message to her rivals in Egypt: "I have no grain in my lands."
An ambitious new mapping project has given scientists one of their most complete looks yet at the movement of glaciers all around Antarctica.
The Trump administration's decision to relax federal limits on car pollution could lead to a rare courtroom debate on climate science as part of a major legal fight with California.
The White House reined in U.S. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt several times for actions that some aides said would endanger the Trump administration's attempts to roll back environmental regulations, sources told E&E News.
The Trump administration is proudly axing U.S. EPA's high-profile climate rules, but climate adaptation work is quietly chugging along at the agency.
Veganism is becoming more mainstream, and concern over climate change is playing a big role.
California might be able to learn something about saving water from Cape Town, South Africa.
A fight over the future of the shipping industry is unfolding this week.
Is Tesla Inc. CEO Elon Musk facing the same fate as John DeLorean, an auto executive with big plans who failed to reinvent the industry?
Rapidly rising ocean surface temperatures are scrambling habitats and will likely lead to major declines this century in nutrition and income for nations dependent on ocean fishing, according to new research.
Scientists have developed a prototype battery for electric cars that promises to be cheaper and more powerful than the currently used lithium-ion batteries.
Federal officials scrubbed references to humans' contribution to climate change from a National Park Service study, according to an unpublished draft that has been withheld for at least 10 months.
Limiting global warming to a temperature threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius — the most ambitious of the targets proposed under the Paris climate agreement — could make all the difference in the precarious future of Arctic sea ice.
U.S. EPA cast aside a 1,217-page staff analysis to cite automaker arguments in its official declaration to loosen fuel economy rules.
A majority of Pennsylvania voters say climate change is causing problems right now, according to a new poll suggesting broad support for policies boosting renewable energy.
Poland has become the final E.U. country to ratify a global framework for reducing greenhouse gas emissions, allowing the European Union to accept the deal as a bloc.
Amid tumbling stock prices, Tesla Inc. asked its factory employees to "prove a bunch of haters wrong" by volunteering to help ramp up production of its crucial Model 3 line.
A General Motors self-driving car was ticketed last month for coming too close to a San Francisco pedestrian.
Valerie Caproni, a federal judge in Manhattan, delivered a stinging rebuke to Exxon Mobil Corp. when she terminated the oil giant's lawsuit trying to freeze probes into its climate policies by state attorneys general.
The iconic Sahara Desert is getting bigger.