The Molly-coddled octopuses were “very playful, doing water acrobatics.”
In the year since Hurricane Maria, conditions for storm survivors remain dire.
Other Hurricane Maria evacuees who’ve since managed to get their own place are teetering on the brink of homelessness.
A year after the storm hit Puerto Rico, IV saline bags — a bedrock of medical care — are still hard to find.
Now, entire neighborhoods in Lumberton are under water for the second time in as many years.
After a year of trying to rebuild with little government aid, these communities in Puerto Rico aren’t ready for another blow.
There are also farms cut off from vital supplies like animal feed, a state official said.
Charlotte Gill says that customers who eat her cannabis-laced crustaceans won’t test positive for marijuana.
Growth in tourism and population has led local governments to set aside tax dollars to boost federal agencies.
It’s a moonshot proposal to shift the debate on the one climate policy both political parties seem to see as inevitable.
A year after Hurricane Maria, the case for community-owned, renewably-powered microgrids is growing clearer.
The scale we use to measure hurricanes like Florence does not adequately communicate risk to the public. So why are we still using it?
Thousands of acres of the flooded Carolinas are heir’s property, a form of land ownership that leaves residents vulnerable to speculators.
“Red Tide Rick has got to go,” shouted demonstrators as waves of dead fish buried beaches.
Rare ‘fire devil’ footage caught on video in Canada.
Days after landfall, the remnant storm continues to pummel flood-scarred communities in North Carolina.
The youngsters’ tails were knotted together with long grasses and plastic strips their mom had used for their nest.
Emergency workers delivered 23 truckloads of food and water to Wilmington, which has been mostly cut off from the rest of North Carolina.
Health systems comprising more than 17,000 facilities worldwide are pledging to slash their carbon emissions.
The city of Lumberton is underwater for the second time in as many years.
“It’s a like a big social ball of young juveniles that are playing some social, sexual games,” one Canadian whale expert said.
She was all alone on a porch in flooded South Lumberton, North Carolina — until two brave animal lovers found her.
A Robeson county official confirmed a temporary berm in Lumberton has been damaged and urged residents to “get out now.”
“The storm has never been more dangerous than it is right now,” Governor Roy Cooper told a news conference.
Philippine police say the death toll from Typhoon Mangkhut has climbed to 64.
The worst flooding “is yet to come” for parts of the Carolinas, the National Weather Service said Saturday night.
Duke Energy said the collapse displaced about 2,000 cubic yards of ash — enough to fill roughly 180 dump trucks.
It was a once-in-a-lifetime experience for whale watchers off the coast of Nova Scotia.
Officials say extreme flooding from Florence will leave only two routes into Horry County and Myrtle Beach.
Gov. Jerry Brown vowed that the state would take matters into its own hands as Donald Trump undoes climate efforts.
Pastor Matthew Drake and two church members were out in a boat seeking to help those trapped by floodwaters.
Cajun Navy Relief volunteers were able to help rescue the massive number of animals.
Meanwhile, on the opposite side of a warming planet, Hurricane Florence has left at least six dead in the United States.
WTVD’s Julie Wilson carried a Rottweiler through knee-deep water in North Carolina.
“I’m an animal lover,” Robert Simmons Jr. told The News & Observer.
At least seven people have reportedly died as a result of Florence, which is battering the Carolinas.
At least five deaths so far have been linked to Florence, now a tropical storm. Meanwhile, the president continues to rant about last year’s disaster.
Five people have died in a storm that could drop 18 trillion gallons of water on the region.
Here are some age-appropriate ways to discuss these traumatic events.
Hurricane Florence is bearing down on states with highly developed coastlines.
Trump shared a link to a FEMA page that busts fake news about the storm, and many people noted the hypocrisy of the falsehood-spreading president.
Government and civilian rescuers are working to get trapped people to safety in New Bern, North Carolina.
“Climate change is a real and present danger,” the Massachusetts lawmaker said.
“Stop giving people to power who don’t believe in science, or worse than that, pretend they don’t believe in science,” the “Indiana Jones” star said.
There are now just 74 southern resident orcas left in the wild.
Tens of thousands were without power as of early Friday.
“We will take action even if Washington doesn’t,” Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said at the Global Climate Action Summit.
Hurricane Florence my cause devastating inland flooding in places like Fair Bluff and nearby Lumberton.
The president’s moves to dismantle environmental protections are a “major assault” on Americans, California’s governor said at a climate summit Thursday.