Critics say the proposed 76-mile-long bike trail between Naples and Miami, Florida, would be harmful to the ecosystem.
Gov. Jerry Brown has ordered state officials to impose mandatory water restrictions for the first time in history.
The snowpack is often called California’s “frozen reservoir,” but levels are estimated at less than 10 percent of their historic average.
The Obama administration is pledging to cut emissions by up to 28 percent by 2025, but it has not yet explained how it will do that.
A new startup is offering to pay people for investing in solar energy – even if the panels aren’t attached to their homes.
As labor shortages on American farms increases, farm owners are looking more and more towards robotic solutions.
A tornado hit the Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma 67 years ago, but there were no fatalities because it had been predicted.
Is the California government doing enough to deal with the serious drought? Katie Orr of Capital Public Radio weighs in.
Vicki Croke of WBUR’s The Wild Life discusses manatees and other animal news, including elephants and the downfall of Neanderthals.
A new study suggests that human-caused melting of polar ice has slowed down currents in the Atlantic Ocean, and that the Gulf Stream could shut down far sooner than initially predicted.
The lawsuit argues the regulatory agency improperly adopted the standards without first considering how much it would cost to reduce emissions
It turns out flushable wipes aren’t septic-safe — and they’ve been wreaking havoc on London’s sewer system and systems around the world.
A company wants to convert an existing natural gas pipeline to carry the volatile byproducts of gas drilling.
In rare public statement, Zheng Guoguang said climate change could have devastating ecological impacts on China.
Sunday marks one year since the landslide in Oso, Washington, that killed 43 people.