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One of the world's iciest regions is melting away in the face of climate change, according to a major new report compiled by hundreds of experts.
January storms raised the vital Sierra Nevada snowpack to near normal for this time of year, an important development for California's water supply, state officials said yesterday after the second survey of the winter.
Over the past year, US Wind got calls "every day" to sell a lease the energy company bought for $1 million in 2015 in its push to build a wind farm off the New Jersey coast.
Farmers just can't catch a break with the weather right now. While a cold snap threatens winter crops in the U.S., scorching temperatures are imperiling Brazil's prospects of a record robusta-coffee harvest.
Mozambican authorities will tighten water restrictions in the capital, Maputo, and the neighboring city of Matola because dams that supply the locations have fallen to one-fifth of their capacity, the Water Ministry said.
Germany's planned exit from coal is a first step toward regaining the climate leadership some have said it has lost in recent years.
When airplanes fly over rain or snow, they can increase the amount of precipitation by as much as 10 times, new research suggests.
Nothing prompts a debate about the future of America's electric grid like a polar vortex.
A contentious judicial nominee for the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has defended fossil fuel companies against historic lawsuits blaming the industry for climate change.
The Earth will benefit from burning more fossil fuels and regulations on greenhouse gases must be challenged, one of EPA's newest science advisers said yesterday.
President Trump is again weighing whether to declare a national emergency on immigration, and it's prodding some Democratic lawmakers and environmentalists to ponder a similar declaration on climate change.
India's bid to protect its solar-equipment makers by imposing a safeguard duty on cheap, Chinese imports has failed, according to domestic manufacturers, who are campaigning for tougher measures.
An Apple Inc. hardware engineer was charged by the U.S. with stealing driverless car secrets for a Chinese company, the second such case since July.
China has failed to curb rising methane emissions despite years of talking tough, according to a new study on the world's biggest greenhouse gas emitter.
Hot, dry Santa Ana winds that feed Southern California wildfires threaten to peak later in the year and potentially drive longer fires because of climate change, according to new research.
Winegrowers in southern Oregon faced financial ruin after a California winemaker claimed wildfire smoke tainted their grapes and refused to buy them. Now the rejected fruit that was turned into wine by local vintners is facing another setback.
The New York Yankees are going green, hiring an environmental science adviser.
Warm and rainy conditions in Alaska are keeping dozens of mushers from racing in an annual sled dog race.
A hole wider than the island of Manhattan is eating away at one of Antarctica's fastest melting glaciers.
A contract to sell electricity to Pacific Gas and Electric Co., California's largest utility, was historically the gold standard in the renewables business.