With the Paris climate talks looming, 149 countries have stepped up and pledged to cut carbon emissions. But there are no systems in place to enforce these commitments.
The US Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit granted a temporary stay against the Water of the United States rule on Friday.
Superior Court Judge Michael Hogan on Friday dismissed a lawsuit challenging the settlement between the oil giant and the state of New Jersey.
A new report released by the World Wide Fund For Nature confirms the region is one of the most biodiverse in the world.
Gov. Jerry Brown has set an ambitious goal of producing half of the state's electricity from renewable sources by 2030.
The US Fish and Wildlife Service said on Wednesday that despite ongoing harvesting, the dangers faced by eels do not meet the criteria to be listed.
To close the huge power deficit and boost their economies, Africa’s larger economies have decided it might be time to go nuclear.
With Saudi Arabia slashing prices and Russia ramping up production, October could be a crucial month for struggling oil drillers.
The fifth most threatened species in the world is not a bird or mammal, but the the cactus plant, which is found largely in the American Southwest, according to a study published Tuesday.
Thirty black-footed ferrets reintroduced to their natural habitat after years of its use as a chemical weapons manufacturer are part of a government effort to expand the species from 300 to 3,000.