The 1,150-megawatt generator, four decades in the making, is now producing electricity for to 650,000 homes and businesses in southern Tennessee.
Indonesia is one of the world's largest polluters, but its parliament's has agreed to shift course.
Hurricane Nicole delivered a 14-pound lobster to Bermuda fishermen. Will global warming impact the chances of finding such large surprises in the ocean?
Many locals believe that the die-off is the results of sewage runoff from the town of Juliaca. Authorities observed sludge and solid waste during an investigation.
Hawaii conservationists are concerned that cat feces from feral colonies are washing into the ocean and imperiling monk seals, one of the world's most endangered marine mammals.
University of New Hampshire wildlife biologists are investigating why the state's bobcat population has rebounded, despite a sharp drop in rabbits and other typical prey.
In Quito, Ecuador, a UN conference on cities reveals global momentum to seek lower-carbon urban living patterns. But blending emission cuts with economic growth is a daunting challenge, especially in the Global South.
A novel plan in Washington State overcomes old animosities and offers the region a way forward in era of global warming.
The historic Kigali agreement provides an international plan that phases out hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), gases used in air conditioners and refrigerators, which contribute to global warming.
Leonardo DiCaprio at UN: A lawsuit claims that the actor’s environmental protection charity, the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation, is one of the businesses to receive donations allegedly embezzled from the 1MDB fund.
Big cities healthier? Having sidewalks to walk on and access to parks and good public transport makes for happier city residents, a new survey says.
Agreement on basics of climate science is very strong, while there is much less certainty about specifics such as how fast temperatures or sea levels can be expected to rise.