In this edition: rising allegations of sexual harassment by National Park Service employees; the nuance on Trump's energy team; Canada's carbon-price move.
One of the largest onshore oil spills in US history continues to highlight the dangers of oil pipelines, as the battle over the four-state Dakota Access pipeline continues.
The ever-plentiful 'mineral-laden water' flowing out of the vent chimneys make the area an ideal habitat for various sea life – and, more recently, an ideal location for seafloor mining of copper and gold.
There may be as few as three dozen vaquita porpoises left in the world. Mexico hopes an international effort to catch and enclose the porpoises will protect them, though some are skeptical.
Canada isn't the first to do this, but the move is a landmark one for its scale and regional flexibility – and because the country is a major fossil fuel producer.
The team includes an Energy nominee who knows wind power can work, a State Department nominee who has supported the Paris climate deal, and an Interior nominee who's not big on selling off federal lands.
Colorado wildlife officials have come under fire for culling predators, a controversial approach to protecting the dwindling mule deer population.
Wave monitoring is part of international efforts for the purposes of maritime interests and science.
After years of pressure from animal activists, SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment is seeking to rebrand itself as a company geared toward education and ocean conservancy. The company's new park in Abu Dhabi is a step in that direction.
The national icon has seen a resurgence across many states, indicating that conservation efforts are working.
The Block Island Wind Farm, the nation's first offshore wind farm, could be a pilot project leading to more – unless energy priorities shift under President-elect Donald Trump.
In the Midwest and Northeast of the US, residents should prepare for temperatures 20 to 30 degrees below the average.
A group of billionaires, including Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, and Richard Branson, have agreed to collectively pony up $1 billion to back alternative energy ventures.
Warmer Arctic winters have prevented reindeer grazing and stunted the growth of calves, a new study shows.
An increase in methane, a much more potent gas than carbon dioxide, could make efforts to reduce climate change more difficult.
In this edition: How drought is affecting tree growers and forests in the Northeast; the outlook for EPA as Obama gives way to Trump; the #noDAPL effect.