Do homeowners in the Northeast – an area of plentiful water – need to conserve water?
An effort to save the axolotl – a type of salamander – is also a bid to preserve an ancient culture.
It helps feed a hungry world, but it's worse than CO2.
The Bering Strait is only 50 miles wide, but it has quite an influence on Earth's climate, say scientists.
A $40 million federal stimulus project to drill up to 50 new wells in California moves forward despite drying aquifers and community complaints.
The early Pliocene period might be the best analog for the warmer world scientists expect in the not-too-distant future.
Methane gas produced in California landfills fuels garbage and recycling trucks, reducing the state's carbon emissions.
In renovating an old house, the flooring decision comes down to new flooring (relatively inexpensive) vs. old wood planks (more expensive but charming and recycled).
The brutal cold snap that has put much of the Northern Hemisphere on ice this week doesn't disprove global warming or mean we're off the hook for greenhouse emissions.
Scientists in Washington State monitor the populations and migration patterns of birds of prey, to identify trends.
Natural gas company, state conservation agencies, and tribal leaders come to an agreement to protect prehistoric art treasures in Utah's Nine Mile Canyon.
When renovating an old home in Connecticut, owners find that the debate centers on 'green' vs. budget – do they try to reuse the old flooring, buy recycled old floorboards, or go with new?
How much will mitigating global warming or climate chage cost the world? Here are some comparisons.
In California, NASA satellites show that groundwater has diminished because of agressive agricultural irrigation.
Some Florida neighborhoods are overrun with peacocks, but not all agree that the colorful birds should be removed.
When snow blows and temperatures fall, tips for coping with the cold and continuing a house renovation over winter.