<p> Sarah is a San Francisco-based Motherboard reporter covering the environment, tech culture, and science oddities. You can reach her on email or on Twitter (<a href="https://twitter.com/sarahnemerson" target="_blank">@SarahNEmerson</a>).</p>
Residents of Kiselyovsk, the heart of Russia's coal-mining industry, are asking Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to accept them as environmental refugees. But they don't stand a chance.
A petrochemical facility at ExxonMobil's Baytown, Texas complex burst into flames on Wednesday.
Native Hawaiians are protesting the construction of the Thirty Meter Telescope on Mauna Kea. Where do we go from here?
A new report documents two years of science being scrubbed from government websites.
Beachgoers and wildlife authorities rallied around a group of stranded pilot whales on Tuesday.
A popular study claims that reforestation could fix climate change, but is that true?
A polluted lake in the Siberian city of Novosibirsk has become a popular Russian social media destination.
A federal appeals court has upheld an earlier ruling that President Trump cannot silence people on Twitter without violating the First Amendment.
We can expect more brutal heatwaves to come according to a pair of European climate reports.
Egregious tweets by prominent politicians that break Twitter's rules will remain on the site if they are deemed to be of "public interest," the company announced on Thursday.
A military spending bill has asked for a brand new Arctic port to face "future great power competition."