The leader of the Columbia Journalism Review says he’s leaving that job to work at an organization that encourages news outlets to devote more attention to covering climate change.
More than 100 dolphins have died in the Brazilian Amazon rainforest in the past week due to a severe drought, and many more could be affected if water temperatures remain high.
Brazil’s government has started removing non-Indigenous people from two native territories in a move likely to affect thousands who live in the heart of the Amazon rainforest.
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper has vetoed an energy bill and the legislature’s annual regulatory reform measure.
The office of Montana’s Republican attorney general is appealing a landmark climate change ruling in which a judge said state agencies aren’t doing enough to protect 16 young plaintiffs from harm caused by global warming.
A coalition of environmental groups is calling on the federal government to enact emergency rules to protect a vanishing species of whale from lethal collisions with large ships.
A New York company plans to build an offshore wind energy project 42 miles off New Jersey. It would be one of the farthest from shore of any U.S.
A court in Cambodia has barred three environmental activists from traveling to Sweden next month to receive the prestigious Right Livelihood Award.
Typhoon Koinu has has strengthened while approaching Taiwan. Meteorologists on the island say the storm is expanding in size and is expected to make landfall in Taiwan by Thursday morning.
More than 300 forest and peatland fires on Indonesia’s Sumatra island are causing hazy skies across the region, prompting government officials to ask people to work from home.
Tropical Storm Philippe has made landfall in the tiny island of Barbuda as it unleashes heavy rains and flash floods in the northeast Caribbean. The U.S.
The Emirati president-designate of the upcoming United Nations COP28 climate talks has called on oil and gas companies to be “central to the solution” to fighting climate change as the industry boosts its production to enjoy rising energy prices.
Forecasts say Tropical Storm Philippe is threatening to unleash heavy rains and flash flods in the Leeward Islands in the overnight hours. The U.S.
After a summer of extreme heat, Arizona’s most populous city is in the record books again. This time Phoenix has notched a record for dry heat.
A woman who escaped Hawaii’s Lahaina wildfire by running through a flaming field has died after spending more than seven weeks in a hospital burn unit.
Organizers have canceled two long-distance races in Minnesota’s two largest cities that were expected to draw up to 20,000 runners because of a forecast of record high temperatures and humidity.
As hundreds of homes burned in Lahaina, the only community in West Maui reserved for Hawaiians emerged almost unscathed from the wildfire that killed at least 97 people.
A small diving group in New York City is trying to do its part in undoing the pollution threatening the oceans and aquatic wildlife.
In a remote, dry patch of California farm country, a battle is raging over carrots. Or rather, over the groundwater where they’re growing northwest of Los Angeles.
At Paris Fashion Week, Andreas Kronthaler rejuvenated Vivienne Westwood’s legacy, intertwining it with his unique style.