Companies have spent years saying something similar about another big issue: climate change. In the absence of strong federal ...
Residents of California's Inland Empire region push back against the warehouse-logistics developments that pollute their ...
Thanks to a new contract with an energy provider, Chicago says it will achieve 100 percent renewable energy for city ...
The petrochemical industry has spent the past few years hard at work lobbying for state-level legislation to promote “chemical recycling,” a controversial process that critics say isn’t really ...
There’s a temperature threshold beyond which the human body simply can’t survive — one that some parts of the world are ...
When he saw the deer hit the ground, he didn’t feel sadness or guilt. Instead, he experienced a sense of purpose. “I felt ...
Some 107 million Americans will experience heat index temperatures above 125 degrees F by 2053, according to a new report.
For many, getting to work involves traffic and tedium. New research supports the common-sense idea that the way we commute can have a significant impact on our feelings of well-being.
The Interior Department announced sweeping changes on Tuesday to the way Colorado River water is doled out in the western ...
A new poll of likely voters in Arizona signals strong, bipartisan support for a permanent ban on new uranium mining near the Grand Canyon – and hope for the passage of the Grand Canyon Protection Act, ...
There are at least half a dozen major Western water pipeline projects under consideration, ranging from ambitious to ...
After more than a year of political wrangling, President Joe Biden approved the Inflation Reduction Act, or IRA, on Tuesday, ...