The finding can help shed light on the origin of life on Earth, which might have been spurred in part by the delivery of organic compounds inside meteorites like Hamburg.
Congress is set to decide whether the US Army Corps of Engineers can begin its tech-powered Asian carp eradication plan.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources approved a request to divert 7 million gallons of water a day to the area where Foxconn is building its new plant.
With potential for a devastating oil spill for two lakes and huge swaths of coastline, activists are taking a stand.
The award-winning game features an Indigenous thunderbird that destroys pipelines and restores the environment.
The Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, which fights invasive species like the sea lamprey, could see its funding slashed by 97 percent.
Water access is becoming a battleground.
It's the first request of its kind. More will come.
One US town has contaminated water. Environmentalists and some Great Lakes communities say, you can’t have ours.
President Pierre Nkurunziza has finally agreed to let the international community intervene in Burundi's crisis, but regional experts and members of the political opposition have expressed their doubts.