Three of the workers who were cleaning the sewer died, while the others were rescued on Sunday.
Climatologists have said that extreme heatwave events will increase by 30 percentage points in the future, mostly due to greenhouse gases.
In a message to a religious conference, the queen called the environment a cause "close to the heart" of Philip, "carried on" by William and Charles.
Scientists looked at eelgrass or seagrass communities on the North Atlantic and Pacific coasts of North America.
The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 is a far cry from the THRIVE agenda that we developed as the blueprint for our movement; however, the investments can buy us time and serve as a first step on our road to a Green New Deal and climate justice for all.
A new report ranking the biggest celebrity "offenders" of private jet emissions includes some stars known for promoting environmental causes.
The disposable batteries could soon be used to power parcel tracking and medical devices.
If Wolf or his successor forces Pennsylvania into RGGI, workers in our Commonwealth will pay dearly.
Protesters are opposing plans to build a $304 million road in England by chopping down the ancient tree.
Residents in this U.K. neighborhood could lose thousands of dollars in home value if the invasive Japanese knotweed is left unchecked.
Bold and significant climate action, anchored in meaningful clean energy expansion and fair environmental justice provisions, is the only way to secure the health, safety, and future of our families.
Fort Stanwix, located in Rome, New York, and known as the fort that never surrendered, is one of the landmarks of American history.
Plastic pollution can be removed from lakes by naturally-occurring bacteria, new research reveals.
Swiss and German researchers say this is the first known enzyme capable of directly using hydrogen as an electron source for carbon dioxide storage.
The novel examines how justice contends with the natural state of an unforgiving world, among many other moral topics.
One woman died in Sochi when the Russian city was hit by massive flooding on Saturday.
The blaze has covered more than 11,900 acres and was zero percent contained, officials said.
A team from Moscow Zoo tranquilized the bear, removed the metal from her mouth and treated cuts to her tongue.
"They heard the screams, they heard the gunshots, and nobody stepped forward," the environmentalist said.
Researchers used LANDSAT satellite data to document how tree-cover changed in California from 1985 to 2021, being shrunk by wildfires, logging, and droughts.
Prior to the record heatwave in Europe, the war in Ukraine had already made French fries expensive due to difficulties in procuring cooking oil.
Researchers in Switzerland are the first to produce the fuel in a power generator rather than a lab.
Scientists have found an eco-friendly way of producing a chemical widely used in plastics, dyes, and paracetamol (acetaminophen) that avoids using fossil fuels.
The council-run company defended its actions after angering local volunteers who built the garden just two days before its removal.
Boston will host the Earthshot Prize awards ceremony with a potential visit from Prince William and Kate Middleton, though this has not yet been confirmed.
Newsweek has everything you need to know about what a climate emergency is, if the U.S is in one, and if Joe Biden will declare one in the U.S.
The toxic chemicals known as Per- or polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) have been linked to health issues such as cancer or suppressed immune function.
Paleontologists believe that the fossils found in the small Chilean town date back to the late Jurassic period.