Scientists have previously warned that climate change will lead to a greater risk from dust storms amid rising global temperatures.
"Senator Manchin's refusal to act is infuriating. It makes me question why he's Chair of ENR," Senator Martin Heinrich said of Manchin.
The West Virginia senator is accused of being a "stooge" for the coal industry for not backing Democrats' climate spending plans.
The Great Salt Lake in Utah has recorded its lowest water levels since records began in 1847, due to drought.
On Wednesday, the Electric Reliability Council of Texas called on Texans to conserve electricity amid high temperatures and concerns of possible blackouts.
Even students starting masters' degrees in biology lack a "basic" ability to identify plants, the new study claims.
The pleas to conserve energy in Texas could be a cautionary tale for the rest of the U.S. in the age of extreme weather.
The blaze currently covers an area of over 3,500 acres, and is 22 percent contained by firefighters
An expert has confirmed that the strange creature is a sea hare, which likely washed up due to the effects of climate change.
Viral Twitter post purports to show a projected map with much of the United States underwater as climate change escalates over the next three decades.
Scientists say the rapid rise in atmospheric methane has significant implications because it is a potent greenhouse gas and can contribute to global warming.
It's time for G7 leaders to return to the spirit of solidarity that led to the Paris climate agreement.
Renewable energy from wind and solar power produced more electricity in the U.S. than nuclear energy for the first time in April.
There have been some grim discoveries as the Nevada reservoir continues to dry up amid a severe drought.
Which countries are leading the way when it comes to the challenges of tackling climate change, living sustainably and protecting the environment?
A scientist found the huge hole by examining climate and temperature data in the ozone above tropical regions - to the shock of the rest of the scientific community.
To defend our country against global warming, we need a secretary of climate in charge of a Department of Climate Security.
Antarctic fish have been discovered by researchers to have ugly parasitic tumors all over their bodies, potentially as a result of warming ocean temperatures.
The legendary research vessel and icebreaker Polarstern has left Germany and is heading to the Arctic to assess the impact of climate change amid a record heatwave in Europe.
"Why did thousands of cattle all die in a heat wave?" Greene tweeted. "Usually just the old, sick, or weak die in stressful conditions, not the whole herd."
"I cannot think of many things more frightening," Justice Elena Kagan wrote in a dissenting opinion to a ruling that restricts the EPA's regulatory power.
As Joe Biden demands refineries ramp up production to cut gas prices, experts say the wrong steps now could push the U.S. even further from its emission goals.
Temperatures have soared, with many states experiencing droughts so severe that scientists predict that wildfire season may soon last all year.
A megadrought has been affecting vast swathes of the western United States for more than 20 years.
Researchers in Australia say transporting food around the world causes three gigatons of gasses to be emitted every year.
Supplies of Americans' favorite hot dog sauce are running short before July 4.