Audrey Carleton is an environmental journalist based in Brooklyn.
"I just can’t be a part of this anymore," she said, urging other colleagues to quit: "Do it now."
The Midwest is at "high risk of energy emergencies" and Texas and the West could see outages and shortfalls amid high heat and drought.
What if we could generate power from the Sun during the day, and the dark sky at night? Scientists are getting closer to making this reality.
UK researchers modeled heat under likely emissions scenarios.
The microorganisms are 830 million years old, and may still be kicking. The find has implications for the search for life on Mars, researchers say.
Scientists hope tiny fuel cells that use algae, light, and water to create energy could one day charge our phones, among other uses.
The silica-resin coating is easily applied to paper and makes it waterproof, without creating plastic pollution, and it's anti-bacterial to boot.
Glacier melt due to climate change led researchers to 23 ithcyosaur fossils in Patagonia, including a 4 meter long fossil of a pregnant female.
Lake Snow Eagle is the size of Chicago and may contain important clues for scientists about the past and future of the ice sheet.
“Are you kidding me? This is crazy,” said one scientist when the odd geological feature was discovered on a video stream.
The agency announced the new Office of Environmental Justice along with the EPA to tackle pollution disproportionately affecting marginalized communities.