Herders in one of the most biodiverse places on earth are reviving ancient traditions to cope with climate change.
Daniel Jorjani, a former Koch brothers adviser who once told colleagues “our job is to protect the Secretary,” now oversees the agency’s FOIA program.
Cockroaches are being used to get rid of food scraps and to feed pigs.
Young people affiliated with the Sunrise Movement are calling on Democratic leaders to sign on to a proposed Green New Deal.
High-level delegates at COP24 feast on cheeseburgers while they discuss how to solve the climate crisis.
Last year’s oceanic heat wave wasn’t as destructive as one the year before, scientists said.
Jary, a Belgian Malinois, was less than thrilled with the footwear gift from the Rapid City Police Department.
The first week of talks at the UN climate summit ended on a sour note.
P-64, also known as the “Culvert Cat,” was found with visibly burned paws.
The 7-year-old male was often seen around the Point Reyes National Seashore area.
Madison, an Anatolian shepherd, somehow survived the Camp Fire that tore through Paradise, California.
The U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear a case this week that challenged the wall on environmental grounds.
There’s a frightening lack of research about plastic’s effects on human health.
It all comes down to luck and strong building codes.
Teens are standing up against global warming in an attempt to save their future.
Considering the couple is still reeling from the Nov. 30 earthquake, the wildlife visit was a bit of an aftershock of its own.
A giant deep-sea reef off South Carolina has deepened environmentalists’ concerns about a planned hunt for oil and gas reserves.
Weeks of fiery protest show that climate policy that ignores class doesn’t work.
But other Democrats sound comfortable with the West Virginia senator serving as ranking member on the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee.
It’s the second big win this week for the coal industry.
Don’t worry, it was “successfully removed.”
Critics worry the U.S. Interior Department’s plans to ease restrictions on oil and gas drilling could wipe out sage grouse.
“It will take a concerted, conscious effort to create the change we are looking for.”
China, India and the U.S. rank among the biggest contributors to the problem.
The otter eluded humane traps and hasn’t been seen at Vancouver’s Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden in at least a week.
It’s a divide-and-conquer approach critics say could weaken one of the most important major pieces of municipal climate legislation in the world.
“The planet cannot maintain the status quo.”
PETA’s suggestion that some phrases are anti-animal attracted a lot of catty comments.
The interior chief was so comfortable playing the part of an oil man he momentarily forgot he wasn’t one.
“I think it’s tragic that President Trump is working so hard to undo all the great work of President Bush.”
If a story sounds too nutty to be true, it probably is.
Arnold Schwarzenegger, a former governor and environmental activist, slammed President Donald Trump over climate change policies.
The country is investing $285 million to help the miners left behind — though they are skeptical about the changing economy.
“The world’s people have spoken. Their message is clear: Time is running out,” the famed naturalist said at a U.N. conference in Poland.
The 2016 presidential race largely ignored climate change. The Vermont senator is banking on that no longer being possible.
The Duchess’s favorite flats can be tossed in the washing machine.
The oil and gas giant announced sector-leading emissions targets after caving to investor pressure.
The turtle was found – visibly weak and sick – on a beach in South Africa earlier this month.
The wild wolf, also known as 926F, died the same way her famous mother did in 2012.
New authorizations may open up East Coast waters to harmful exploration for oil and gas.
COP24 climate negotiations kick off in Poland on Monday.
Shattered roads and collapsed ceilings were among the damage done.
The 7.0 magnitude quake struck just 10 miles from Anchorage, a city of 300,000 people.
Don’t let anyone tell you we can’t save the planet and the economy at the same time.
Lition Energy uses blockchain to connect consumers directly with renewable power plants.
A Camp fire evacuee goes back to see what’s left.
The rain made the living situation even more difficult, a former Paradise resident told HuffPost.