2016-10-22T09:00-05:00There's a difference between actually having a brand purpose and just talking about having one.
2016-10-22T09:00-05:00Emergency management said 102 people have been treated after a major chemical spill at MGP Ingredients Inc. in Atchison, Kansas.
2016-10-22T09:00-05:00If you are awake and alive in the 21st century, with even an ounce of empathy, your heart and mind are going to be ripped asunder.
2016-10-22T09:00-05:00Indonesia’s crackdown on illegal fishing — with the public spectacle of seized boats blown to smithereens — may have sparked tensions with China, but the country’s fisheries minister says it has led to a significant drop in overfishing.
2016-10-22T09:00-05:00This story, from 2 New Zealand newspapers in 1912, is one of the earliest on coal and climate change.
2016-10-22T09:00-05:00As if this election wasn’t slimy enough.
2016-10-22T09:00-05:00Flooding from Hurricane Matthew did cause a problem — but it took a nonprofit water watchdog to uncover it.
2016-10-22T09:00-05:00For the past year, ExxonMobil has been at the center of a controversy over reports that it conducted groundbreaking research on climate change in the 1970s and 80s and then deliberately misled the public about the truth of global warming. Now, a top environmental group thinks it can make the controversy a voting issue.
2016-10-22T09:00-05:00U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell is in Alaska today to sign a new commitment to federal-American Indian cooperation in the management of public lands and resources.
2016-10-22T09:00-05:00Climate change has caused mountain glaciers in the Bolivian Andes to retreat by 43 percent between 1986 and 2014, threatening rural and urban populations alike — in South America's poorest country — with long-term water shortages and possibly even catastrophic flooding.
2016-10-22T09:00-05:00Hacked emails show Hillary Clinton's campaign wrestled with how to announce her opposition to construction of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline without losing the support of labor unions that supported to project.
2016-10-22T09:00-05:00Adam Scott believes the oil and gas industry is misleading Canadians. Scott has been scrutinizing the oil industry's numbers for years, previously at Environmental Defence Canada and now with Oil Change International as their senior campaigner. He disputes industry's claim that Canada needs more pipelines.
2016-10-22T09:00-05:00Last month, transmission towers across South Australia twisted, contorted, and crashed during a wild storm, bringing down the state’s entire power grid, leaving millions in the dark.
2016-10-22T09:00-05:00Yes, climate change will exacerbate disasters, but the underlying problems are still worth addressing.
2016-10-22T09:00-05:00One of the world’s leading climatologists has attacked Britain’s prestigious Royal Society for hosting an “anti-scientific” speech about the benefits of global warming by “coal baron” and “climate change denier villain” Matt Ridley.
2016-10-22T09:00-05:00We know the world is warming – no factor can explain it aside from human emissions of greenhouse gases.
2016-10-22T09:00-05:00Governments gave the green light on Thursday for a U.N. scientific study on how to meet an ambitious global warming target, despite growing worries by some scientists that the goal may be unrealistic.
2016-10-22T09:00-05:00The political committee behind Amendment 1 on solar energy has scrubbed from its social media platforms nearly every reference to the James Madison Institute after revelations that the group’s policy director bragged in a leaked audio recording that the utility industry is using the amendment to deceive the public into thinking it is a pro-solar initiative.
2016-10-22T09:00-05:00Few efforts to change the Florida Constitution have been as deceitful as Amendment 1, the solar power measure on the November ballot that is about everything but expanding solar energy.
2016-10-22T09:00-05:00Just last weekend, the news was terrific: The United States had negotiated a historic deal with almost 200 other countries to take a dramatic step to slow the dangerous overheating of our planet.
2016-10-22T09:00-05:00First-time government senator Matthew Samuda has reopened a long-running national conversation on whether or not to ban plastic and styrofoam containers, which are the main culprits clogging waterways, sewers, streets and gullies, as well as the landfill.
2016-10-22T09:00-05:00The fourth anniversary of Hurricane Sandy will come and go next week, but thousands of storm-struck New York City homeowners will still be waiting for their houses to be rebuilt under the cityâ€™s misbegotten Build It Back program.
2016-10-22T09:00-05:00Can the US-Russia plutonium disposition agreement be saved?
2016-10-22T09:00-05:00Websites pushing climate science denial are growing their audience in an era where populist rhetoric and the rejection of expertise is gaining traction.
2016-10-22T09:00-05:00Insurers are in the business of managing risk. But does this include risks associated with climate change?
2016-10-22T09:00-05:00It’s still incredibly hard for journalism to get ahead of existing public concerns.
2016-10-21T09:00-05:00Election campaigns are light on science. But once a new president is in office, technical issues have a way of demanding attention.
2016-10-21T09:00-05:00Journalist Michael McCarthy has chronicled the loss of wildlife in his native Britain and globally. He believes a new defense of the natural world is needed – one based on the joy and spiritual connection it provides for humans.
2016-10-21T09:00-05:00The ranger, Munganga Nzonga Jacques, died at the age of 26 in the Tshivanga region of Kahuzi Biega National Park in DRC — an area that was previously believed to be safe for the gorillas.
2016-10-21T09:00-05:00He won’t be the last.