The mood is about to shift, the hours grow longer and the already high sense of urgency somehow amp up even more as United Nations climate talks head into its final week.
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Wyoming officials will decide whether to auction off a valuable and pristine piece of state land located within the boundaries of Grand Teton National Park.
A northern sea otter who was found alone and malnourished in the remote Alaska town of Seldovia in October has a new home in Chicago.
Environmental groups in Mississippi say findings from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers show a long-debated flood control project along the Pearl River would be ādestructive.ā
House backs GOP bill to block EPA rule on tailpipe pollution; slams plan as electric-vehicle mandate
House Republicans have approved a bill to block strict new tailpipe pollution limits proposed by the Biden administration, calling the plan a back-door mandate for electric vehicles.
The EV trend in the US at the end of 2023 is a little tough to tease out. Overall sales hit a record, but theyāre also falling short of expectations amid the industryās push to transition away from combustion engines and quickly towards EVs.
Massachusetts governor says AI, climate technology and robotics are part of stateās economic future
Artificial intelligence, climate technology and robotics are some of the economic opportunities Democratic Gov.
A Minnesota wildlife official says that a cougar that was struck and killed on an interstate highway in suburban Minneapolis was more than likely the same animal captured on home security video sauntering across a driveway earlier this week.
Electricity utility PacifiCorp will pay $299 million to settle a lawsuit brought by 463 plaintiffs who said they were harmed by devastating wildfires in southern Oregon in 2020.
Authorities in Oregon are investigating the deaths of two people whose bodies were found in creeks this week as an atmospheric river brings heavy rain, flooding and unseasonably warm temperatures to the Pacific Northwest.
This yearās climate talks should āmark the beginning of the endā of fossil fuels the European Commissioner for Climate Action said on Wednesday as the United Nations summit wrapped up its first week.
The world is in danger of hitting the point of no return for five of Earthās natural systems because of human-caused climate change, a team of 200 scientists said on Wednesday on the sidelines of the United Nationsā climate summit.
This yearās United Nations climate talks may have seen record numbers registered to attend, but activists who have spent years demonstrating at the annual event say their space to voice their demands is shrinking year on year.
The outgoing Dutch prime minister, Mark Rutte, told delegates at the COP28 United Nations climate conference his country is ācommitted to accelerating our effortsā to tackle climate change.
After a first-day blur of rare quick action and agreement, negotiators at a critical United Nations climate conference Wednesday are finishing up their first week in a more familiar place for them: the murky middle where momentum and roadblocks intertwine.
Russian President Vladimir Putin visited the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia in a one-day lightning tour intended to raise Russiaās profile as a Middle East power broker, even as his war Ukraine grinds on.
The European climate agency calculates that for the sixth month in a row, Earth set a new monthly record for heat, and also added the hottest autumn to the litany of record-breaking heat this year.
A proposal from New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham would underwrite development of a strategic new source of water by buying treated water that originates from oil fields as well as the stateās vast natural underground reservoirs of brine.
A stubborn, smoky marsh fire that contributed to fatal car crashes on fogbound highways and sometimes fouled New Orleans air with a pervasive stench has been completely extinguished after burning for over a month.
Authorities say the endangered Mount Graham red squirrel showed a decrease in the latest population estimate in the PinaleĆ±o Mountains of southeastern Arizona.
Residents in Mexicoās northern state of Sonora have protested at the state capital against persistent pollution from an almost decade-old mine spill.