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An illustrated guide to Bill Gates’s argument for greatly boosted federal investment in energy R&D.
A device that measures leaked methane may greatly underestimate it, says an inventor of the technology used in the device, possibly affecting climate change predictions.
On St. Lawrence Island, a former military listening post in the Bering Sea, native residents and scientists believe pollution has contributed to their poor health.
Having to answer questions about President Obama’s aggressive actions on climate, those vying for president might have to debate what they will do to his climate legacy.
Officials are warning about the potential for more catastrophe in the months ahead, as drought, heat and climate change leave the landscape ever thirstier.
President Obama will unveil on Monday a set of environmental regulations devised to sharply cut planet-warming greenhouse gas emissions from the nation’s power plants and ultimately transform America’s electricity industry.
A showdown over a songbird’s status is part of a continuing national dialogue about the Endangered Species Act.
Dr. Walter J. Palmer, the hunter who killed Cecil after he was lured out of his sanctuary at Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe, has faced an onslaught from social media users and online reviewers.
A filmmaker and collaborator will project images of endangered species on a huge New York — and global — canvas on Saturday night.
Walter Palmer, a dentist from Minnesota, killed Cecil, a lion who was a favorite among visitors at a national park in Zimbabwe, after the animal was lured out of the sanctuary, the authorities say.