According to some, India’s prime minister may be trying to shut out foreign charities and campaign groups.
In Santa Cruz, residents can attend a one-night course on water conservation that allows them to then waive overuse penalties.
Tornadoes in Texas and Arknasas have left four dead and 8 people missing since last night.
For areas that have not yet made much progress conserving water, the rules will hit hard, with residential cuts up to 36 percent.
Washington state and Oregon have completed a rapid recharging network to enable long distance electric-powered travel.
We go out in the field with Carnegie Mellon researchers trying to measure the climate trade-off between coal and natural gas.
Founded in 1996, the intergovernmental body promotes cooperation in the region and advises governments on issues related to the Arctic.
A new study in the journal Science Advances finds that 60 percent of the world’s large wild herbivores are threatened by extinction.
The severe weather patterns resulting from the massive 1815 eruption found expression in art and literature.
The filmmaker and mountaineer survived the deadly avalanche caused by the weekend’s earthquake in Nepal.
Before frogs can start singing in the spring, a massive migration of millions of amphibians has to take place first.
An aid worker with Save the Children estimates that 1 million Nepalese children are in need of help following Saturday’s devastating earthquake.
Authorities continue to search for four people still missing after a storm swept through a sailboat regatta in Alabama Saturday.
The death toll in Nepal continues to climb two days after a 7.8-magnitude earthquake devastated much of the country.
America’s oil industry is calling for the 1970s ban to be lifted. We take a look at the reason for the ban and what lifting it would do.