2017 was a particularly active year for the Atlantic hurricane season. Not only was it one of the most destructive seasons, it was nearly as costly.
The Indian Medical Association declared a public health emergency Tuesday after air quality readings soared off the charts.
Saturday morning, officials said crews were fighting 16 large fires that had burned over 214,000 acres and destroyed thousands of structures.
Global warming might make hurricanes in Europe more common in the future.
In a statement, the city explained this isn't a "ban" but instead "a trajectory that seems both credible and sustainable."
As the effects of climate change worsen, more and more people will be forced from their homes, as has happened in some U.S. coastal towns.
Global Witness, a nonprofit, tracks the killings of environmental protectors, and its latest annual data suggests 2016 was the deadliest yet.
The EPA confirmed 13 of those sites in Texas are flooded and could be damaged following Hurricane Harvey.
Plastic bags have become so pervasive in the environment that they're starting to make their way into the food chain.
The Obama administration set up a conservation plan for the sage grouse in 2015. Now, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is relaxing those protections.
The Gulf of Mexico's "dead zone" measured in at more than 8,700 square miles — an area roughly the size of New Jersey.
President Donald Trump's Environmental Protection Agency tried to delay enforcing regulations on oil and natural gas, but that might have hit a wall.