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Anyone who disregards the threats of climate change and sea-level rise “is stupid,” says retired Lieutenant General John G. Castellaw.
Pittsburgh's air quality is not only among the worst in the nation, but has actually declined in recent years, according to a new report from the American Lung Association.
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An exclusive OZY and SurveyMonkey Earth Day poll shows that not many people make hard choices for the environment.
When the Forest Service decides on a prescribed burn, it follows national standards for a burn plan which lays out everything from the objectives of a fire to a “Go/No
A group of Democratic senators is asking the administration to explain its ties to Charles and David Koch after the conservative, wealthy brothers bragged to donors that they were responsible for some of President Donald Trump’s policies his first year in office.
New reports provide an unprecedented look at contaminants leaking from coal ash ponds and landfills. But the chasm between information and environmental protection may deepen thanks to a proposed Trump administration rollback.
From tiered electric rates to equitable taxes, experienced communities have a lot to teach when it comes to managing the anticipated influx of EVs.
A safety watchdog formed after BP oil spill could be the next Trump administration casualty
Miami Beach's $500 million attempt to elevate and pump itself out of sea level rise's path has drawn criticism, but an expert Urban Land Institute panel concluded Thursday that the city's doing what it needs to survive.
Brazil is reporting its CO2 emissions within U.N. guidelines, but the nation’s true carbon releases due to forest degradation, wildfires and other key sources could be far higher.