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The Pentagon calls Hill Air Force Base in northern Utah most at risk for negative impacts from climate change among 79 vital military installations in the United States.
Climate change was a driving force in the Syrian conflict, a top Air Force official told lawmakers last week.
Dozens of workers and volunteers will meet this month in a hayfield outside a tiny town on the southwestern tip of Colorado. There, they will unpack and install 3,500 solar panels, mounting them on a forest of steel pipes already sticking out of the ground.
Automakers aren't letting the Trump administration get in the way of their electric vehicle ambitions.
Before the arrival of the U.S. Army in the mid-1800s, four mountains marked the boundary of the Navajo's ancestral homeland. Today, the tribe could draw a line around its reservation with coal.
From soy-based sliders to ground lentil sausages, plant-based meat substitutes are surging in popularity. And carnivores — not vegans or vegetarians — are among the biggest consumers.
Elon Musk is in talks with the Israeli government to build tunnels in the country, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said at a campaign event this week.
Officials were struggling Wednesday to find ways for homeowners to afford insurance in fire-prone areas of California and for utilities to survive liability from devastating wildfires that threaten to worsen with climate change.
There's a lot of reasons people think 13 is an unlucky number. This year may add another.
Hurricane Harvey is notorious for inflicting $125 billion of destruction in southeast Texas in 2017, but a new federal report shows that the wreckage could have been much more costly.
The last time the House had a select committee on climate change, the panel opened with a topic about as weighty as they come: the dual threats of oil dependence and global warming — and how those two problems could destabilize the world.
President Trump is poised to nominate Herman Cain to the Federal Reserve, marking the second time in as many weeks that Trump has chosen an opponent of climate science for a seat on the central bank.
A climate-minded utility is getting some help from the Trump administration.
If global temperatures rise more than 2 degrees Celsius, they'll have risen beyond anything the Earth has experienced in the last 3 million years.
Nearly two years after a deadly hurricane season, tourists are visiting Puerto Rico in record numbers as the U.S. territory continues to rebuild from Hurricane Maria.
The Vatican has invited Big Oil bosses for the second time in a year as part of Pope Francis' campaign to counter climate change, according to people familiar with the plan.
Ford warned Tuesday that it will reconsider its investments in Britain if the country cannot work out a deal to leave the European Union that guarantees smooth trading with the bloc.
Hundreds of ads on Facebook promised U.S. homeowners that they were eligible for huge state tax breaks if they installed new solar-energy panels. There was just one catch: None of it was true.
States have received nearly $3 billion from a federal program to improve disaster preparedness — a largesse that explains the Trump administration's struggle to cut the program's funding.
The director of the U.S. Geological Survey had few answers when lawmakers asked him yesterday if the Interior Department is withholding funding for climate research.