21 April 2018
Earth Day 2018: 7 things we’ve learned since the last Earth Day
Our understanding of Earth — and how we’re changing it — just keeps expanding.
Tire manufacturers are adopting greener production processes and more renewable materials, but they have yet to get a grip on tire particle pollution.
The famed researcher publicly released a preliminary version of a paper-in-progress with grim predictions of short- and long-term warming, but not all climate scientists agree with its conclusions.
Though fisheries are thriving now, “continuing warming on the trajectory we’re going is not going to be good for walleye and yellow perch.”
Fracking companies used 282 million pounds of hazardous chemicals that should have been regulated by the Safe Drinking Water Act from 2014 to 2021.
President Biden continues to deploy conventional tactics against the highly unconventional threat of climate change.
Diversified Energy’s liabilities exceed its assets, according to a new report, sparking concerns about whether taxpayers will wind up paying to plug its 70,000 wells.
In his new book, the famous scientist reflects on an unparalleled career on our fascinating, ever-changing planet.
California will soon have the largest oil drilling setbacks in the U.S. Experts say other states can learn from this move.