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The building is so energy-efficient, it actually feeds power back into the grid.
Three tracts of ocean just south of Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard have sold for a total of more than $400 million, the highest prices ever paid for wind lease plots...
Can environmental protection only be bought on the backs of society’s neediest?
Top Democrats go face-to-face with Trump. Prison time for Michael Cohen. Trump's border wall and U.S.-Mexico talks. Our roundtable on the week’s news.
A recent vote by the Rhode Island Fishermen's Advisory Board to block a wind farm project has raised questions about the future of offshore wind power.
Framingham city officials are reporting that they have successfully trapped and killed beavers in two locations, where dams were causing water to flood and freeze on roads, creating a threat...
The study provides more proof that greenhouse gases are dangerous to human health.
Oceans cover more than 70 percent of the Earth's surface, and all that water is in constant motion.
The city ordinance applies to large supermarkets and retailers initially, and will be implemented citywide by July 2019.
Warming in Arctic raises fears of a "rapid unraveling" of the region. Reindeer numbers crash by half. We’ll confront the climate emergency in the Arctic.
Three ocean areas will be offered up Thursday during an auction intended to attract the offshore wind industry.
"Our administration and these municipal leaders will continue to hold Columbia Gas accountable for this mission until the folks are made whole and returned to normalcy." But, he said, "we've...
Seven of the endangered whales were spotted Tuesday for the first time this feeding season.
Scientists are trying to learn more about the impact of the deadly white-nose syndrome on bats — by listening to the calls of bats left behind.
Persistent warming in the Arctic has resulted in the "most unprecedented transition in history," according to a new NOAA report.
Researchers in Puerto Rico say hurricanes Irma and María made long-lasting and ongoing changes to forest and coastal ecosystems.
A group of bipartisan legislators recently announced a bill that would tax fossil fuel companies for the carbon dioxide they emit.
Many migrants have spoken up about violence in their home countries, but researchers say another factor may be driving their migration.
The earliest sunset of the year has already happened, even though the shortest day of the year isn't until Dec. 21.
The storm struck over the weekend, killing one motorist and leaving more than 310,000 customers without power.