by Natasha Geiling Jul 29, 2015
A quarter of a million sockeye salmon migrating up the Columbia River have died this year.
by Samantha Page Jul 28, 2015
New York will have to consider whether a new fracking technology is safer and more economical than the previously banned one.
by Ari Phillips Jul 28, 2015
Earthquake swarms in the state have been tied to wastewater injection wells associated with oil and gas drilling operations.
by Katie Valentine Jul 28, 2015
A new report outlines the ways the region is at risk from climate change.
by Natasha Geiling Jul 27, 2015
New restrictions on ivory trade in the United States make selling the material across state lines largely illegal.
by Ari Phillips Jul 27, 2015
The final rule is expected in just a matter of weeks.
by Samantha Page Jul 27, 2015
Big-name companies like Coca-Cola, Walmart, Apple, and Google have pledged to tackle climate change.
by Emily Atkin Jul 26, 2015
The Democratic presidential candidate is going all in on renewable energy.
by Ryan Koronowski Jul 26, 2015
The climate train is slowly accelerating down the tracks, and the person who takes over in 2017 can decide whether to speed it along, slow it down, or throw the engine dramatically into reverse.
by Natasha Geiling Jul 25, 2015
Five years after a pipeline rupture spilled over one million gallons of oil into the Kalamazoo River, local Michigan residents and activists battle new pipeline proposals.