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Remoteness and environmental concerns piled costs on the Gorgon liquefied natural gas project, just as energy prices slumped.
Welcome to Greenland, where the standard measure of height for calving icebergs is an Empire State Building or two.
A rash of shark bites in North Carolina has raised concerns. Here’s what you need to know to stay safe.
Some fear development and tourism would result in the destroyed forests, polluted rivers and damaged coral reefs faced by some of Cuba’s neighbors.
The area from just below the surface to 3,300 feet also may become more of a food source and a way to monitor ocean health.
Later this summer, United Airlines will begin using fuel generated from farm waste and oil from animal fats to help power its commercial flights.
Much is still not known about the bristlemouth, the planet’s most plentiful vertebrate. What’s more, the ocean, making up 99 percent of the biosphere, may hold untold undiscovered species.
The ruling stops in its tracks one of the administration’s most ambitious initiatives for controlling toxic emissions.
An array of global environmental and religious organizations marched to the Vatican to show their support for the pope’s encyclical.
Mixing and matching corals of the same species from different latitudes could help reefs survive despite warming ocean temperatures, a new study suggests.