There’s $4B for drought relief in the climate bill. Here’s...

Some states, tribes and cities are already reducing their water usage. Farmers are falling fields and changing how they irrigate as the water...

Antarctica’s Sleeping Giant Ice Shelf Might Flood the World. Here’s...

Are you a fan of the 1995 film water world starring Kevin Costner? Great news: There's a distinct possibility that it'll become a...

Global heating has caused ‘shocking’ changes in forests across the Americas,...

Forests from the Arctic to the Amazon are transforming at a “shocking” rate due to the climate crisis, with trees advancing into previously barren...

Why Rail Is the Best Bet for Green Transit

About the author: Adam Bonnifield is chief executive officer at KONUX. Imagine a real green transit future of the type we'll need to slow,...

France calls on companies to relieve employees listed as firefighters to...

The French government is calling on companies to make employees who are enlisted volunteer firefighters available throughout August to battle the blazes, as drought...

Greens urge Labor to reject international carbon offsets as ‘accounting tricks’...

The Greens have called on the Albanese government to reject advice that Australia should allow greater use of international carbon offsets, arguing it would...

Drought threatens 60% of European Union, UK amid heat wave

Drought conditions are affecting about 60% of the EU and the UK, exacerbated by climate change driven record heat across Europe this summer, according...

Labor to back new fossil fuel projects that ‘stack up’ economically...

The Albanese government will continue to support new fossil fuel projects so long as they “stack up” from an economic and environmental perspective, the...

Labor to back new fossil fuel projects that ‘stack up’ economically...

The Albanese government will continue to support new fossil fuel projects so long as they “stack up” from an economic and environmental perspective, the...

Sea creatures pollinate marine plants and algae, surprising scientists

“It was very hard to publish that first paper, because no one would believe us,” she recalls. The role of pollinators on Earth is well-established....

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