Scientists say six glaciers in Antarctica are melting quickly and could cause global sea levels to rise even more
Even if we cut emissions now, the average temperature is expected to rise 3 to 5 degrees Fahrenheit by 2100
A system of concessions introduced in 2000 was supposed to bring order to the logging business in Peru
While it will pay for a recent leak, the company says its customers should bear the cost of other coal slurry storage
Elderly people, young children and pregnant women were advised to evacuate Morwell
A new initiative tries to give bee colonies the food they need in a sea of corn, soybean and cotton
Regulators face questions as residents deal with drinking water with a licorice-like chemical smell
Up to 300,000 people are without tap water after a chemical spill prompted Governor Earl Ray Tomblin to declare a state of emergency.
Nearly a decade into a drilling boom, a lack of pipelines has left some areas vulnerable to shortages this year and potentially for years to come.