New Jersey's working class have been left behind, as federal funds for Hurricane Sandy recovery and flooding problems have gone to wealthier neighbors.
By Dayana Morales Gomez
Of the estimated 150 glaciers that existed when Glacier National Park was created in Montana back in 1910, only 26 remain.
By Victoria Pasquantonio
In March, 25,000 science teachers received unsolicited materials from a libertarian think tank that cast doubt on the role humans play in climate change. Here's what happened next.
By Matthew Daly, Associated Press
A Congressional Review Act measure to repeal the methane waste reduction rule failed on a vote of 51-to-49 in the Republican-led chamber.
By Joshua Barajas, Erica R. Hendry and Iman Smith
Here are five important stories overlooked in the Donald Trump 100-day fanfare that are still worth your attention.
On President Donald Trump's 100th day in office, thousands of protesters were marching to the White House and across the country for a People's Climate March.
By Ban Ki-moon and Robert Stavins
After 20 years of negotiations, the path-breaking Paris climate agreement, with its exceptionally broad participation, is the answer to long-standing, bipartisan appeals, and provides an excellent foundation for progress.
By Dave Berndtson
A crucial water source for northern ecosystems -- arctic river icings -- are slowly melting away with each successive year.
By PBS NewsHour
At the March for Science in Washington, D.C., on Saturday, speakers and attendees expressed concern over President Donald Trump’s proposed cuts to the Environmental Protection Agency and other science programs. Coral Davenport, reporter at The New York Times, joins Hari…
By News Desk
On April 22, scientists and science aficionados will gather for the March for Science, a series of demonstrations planned at more than 100 cities worldwide.
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