United Precision Products is using a test that uncovered six infected carriers in its workforce.
With much of the world social distancing and street noises on low volume, people are tuning in to the songs of birds.
But the Bureau of Land Management is offering little explanation as to why it postponed an auction in New Mexico.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said he will schedule a vote on a public lands package from Sens. Cory Gardner (R-Colo.) and Steve Daines (R-Mont.).
They’re lobbying the government to remove hurdles to getting a break on payments.
In some parts of the world, warming has been catastrophic.
‘Factually inaccurate text has still not been corrected,’ EPA staff cautioned, according to new documents
But experts say emissions could quickly bounce back as social distancing ends and economies reopen.
Virginia, Maryland and the District say the Environmental Protection Agency has not taken action against two states that polluted the bay in violation of a 15-year cleanup agreement.
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The new Food for Climate League aims to promote foods that are delicious, accessible and good for health and the climate
Environmental advocates were quick to criticize the decision on perchlorate, the latest turn in a long-running fight over whether to curb the chemical used in rocket fuel.
A nonprofit group is trying to help solve one of the planet’s most daunting problems: oceans littered with plastic.
The drop in water level at the mouth of the Missouri River was due to rising temperatures linked to climate change that reduced the amount of snowfall in the Rocky Mountains in Montana and North Dakota, scientists found.
in 2014, the Rockefeller Brothers Fund decided to sever fossil fuel investments -- and since then it has outpaced its benchmark indices.
Kizzmekia Corbett is a brilliant researcher who's more than prepared to lead the search for a coronavirus vaccine, her former professors and mentors say. But can a few tweets disliked by conservatives derail her effort?
Trump promised oil and gas companies economic relief. But renewables are getting less focus in Washington.
The International Energy Agency says the drop in CO2 emissions is six times as large as the previous record in 2009.
White House faces pressure to turn away Saudi tankers amid warnings of a “storage wall.”
The ski resorts in Austria have been quiet, the hiking trails vacant. And that’s invited the return of elk, mountain goats and deer.
How one hospital and some manufacturers with 3-D printing capabilities came up with new designs and new supplies of swabs for coronavirus testing.