Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with Jeff Piotrowski, Emmy Award-winning storm chaser, about the deaths of two of his colleagues.
The state was inundated with rain this winter, after enduring years of drought. That means mushrooms are popping up throughout its wet forests.
The coal industry isn't coming back, writes Frederick Hewett. But Trump's order will likely worsen climate change.
A proposed agreement will require the state of Michigan to replace up to 18,000 lead and galvanized water pipes in the city of Flint.
NPR's Ron Elving looks at the mounting pressure for Devin Nunes to step away from his committee's Russia investigation, and President Trump's executive order on climate change regulations.
President Trump's exeuctive actions target significant portions of Obama-era environmental protections, namely the Clean Power Plan.
The Chesapeake restoration and others like it are in limbo because President Trump’s budget blueprint would eliminate funding for some regional cleanup programs.
Gina McCarthy, the head of the EPA under President Obama, explains the possible effects that the Trump administration's plan to roll back the Clean Power Plan, Obama's signature energy policy.
Eversource, the largest energy provider in New England, is asking for a $96 million rate hike over two years.
A company in Marlborough believes it literally has the next hot technology in energy storage: molten metals.
President Trump formally approves the controversial Keystone XL pipeline. We’ll look at the impact.
The caveman professor, Bill Schindler, is teaching millennials to drop the phone and thrive in the wild. He’s with us.
COMMENTARY: Scientists argue that The Washington Post and The New York Times should not have published paid ads on climate change that present as "fact" statements that directly contradict scientific consensus.
Experts say most ski mountains in southern New England could be out of business in 25 years, unless they diversify their offerings.
The CBO scores Trumpcare. No evidence of wiretapping. U.S. attorneys fired. Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.
We are in Tampa, Florida on our national listening tour, asking Tampa citizens how they see this new administration—and America’s future—unfolding.
The proposed budget from President Trump includes rolling back Obama-era protections and restrictions on greenhouse emissions. Trump also wants to cut 3,200 EPA employees.
President Trump takes aim at federal auto-emission regulations. We’ll look at what’s on the line for the US auto industry, cars and climate change.
Trump will also hold a campaign-style rally in Tennessee to drum up support for the American Health Care Act.
Princeville, North Carolina, believed to be the oldest black incorporated community in the country, is still feeling the effects of Hurricane Matthew.