Drone technology has helped scientists track the recent recovery of orca whales in the Pacific Northwest, but a weak salmon run next year could threaten the population again.
Black bear populations in the state have increased in recent years, leading to safety concerns and prompting officials to open up hunting.
Important inroads are being made to make solar power viable without any tax incentives or subsidies. Are they enough?
Some 23 states are trying to block the White House's plan to slash power plant carbon dioxide emissions. Will the new EPA rule survive litigation?
The Interior Department's investigation into the Gold King Mine blowout has found that the EPA is responsible for polluting the Animas River. Some are still hopeful the pollution will spur greater environmental protection.
Although Iraq has succeeded in defying gravity thus far, the cracks in the country’s oil success story are starting to show.
Analysis of how various economies have fared during previous climatic fluctuations paints a much starker picture of the global economy in a warming world.
October has been billed as a pivotal month for the country's shale industry. But the day of reckoning may have to wait.
For years the oil industry has been wandering the world marketplace looking for a price that is just right. Will it find it?
A group of African nations have criticized a draft of a United Nations climate change deal, saying the text is unbalanced against developing nations.