Two New York investors are pitching the world's largest carbon capture project for the San Juan coal plant in northwest New Mexico. That $1 billion proposal is attracting attention and scorn, but will it work?
On an exclusive Connecticut peninsula, where signs warn outsiders to stay off private roads, eight multimillion-dollar homes with sprawling yards along the Long Island Sound are poised to become eligible for taxpayer-funded disaster aid.
After declaring a Climate Emergency in early June, a testy exchange in a recent Central Saanich council meeting exposed divisions of how to respond to the crisis, and if the District even has the powers to make a dent.
Massive mounds of seaweed piled up along Florida's east coast beaches in October 2017, a smelly mess that made it difficult to walk on the beach, much less enjoy the stroll. Was it coincidence those piles of seaweed showed up after a very busy hurricane season?
As Sahara Desert dust makes its annual trip across the Atlantic into US air, scientists are seeking answers on what global warming means for future dust amounts, which could have a major influence on extreme weather and human health.