US federal judge James Boasberg rejected a request by two Native American tribes to halt construction of the remaining section of the Dakota Access oil pipeline until their lawsuit over the project is resolved.
Overnight more than 200 stranded whales were able to swim away, bringing good news to an otherwise distressing effort to save more than 400 beached whales in New Zealand.
Morocco holds lessons for how farmers around the world are adapting to, and curbing, global warming.
As Utah Republicans fight against the Bears Ears monument designation, several outdoor wear retailers have announced a boycott of retailer shows in the state.
The island's affinity for the whales that often run aground was on display on Friday, during the country's third-worst mass beaching.
More solar projects start serving neighborhoods rather than just individual houses. But the movement is still in its early stages, especially in lower-income communities.
The US Army Corps of Engineers granted the final easement needed to complete construction of the previously protested portion of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
A huge iceberg is likely to soon break off from the Larsen C Antarctic ice shelf. Although break-ups themselves don't contribute to sea rise, they can indirectly increase it.
A group of prominent conservatives put forward a plan for addressing climate change. In some ways, it's a marker for the future.
A recent coal dust leak near Australia's Great Barrier Reef can be easily contained, according to Environment Minister Steven Miles. But environmentalists worry the incident portends future threats to one of the most diverse biomes on Earth.