How Bad Are U.S. Wildfires? Even Hawaii Is Battling a Surge

Oregon Governor Says Too Many Lives Lost During Record-Breaking Heat Wave

Kate Brown said it was “absolutely unacceptable” that at least 95 people died during the phenomenal temperature surge.

Electrifying school buses will benefit local economy and children’s health

DEP report: Pennsylvania extracted more natural gas than ever during pandemic

The DEP says production topped 7 trillion cubic feet in 2020.

Mapping the way to climate resilience

Environmental groups pressure central Pa. food company to clean up wastewater plant

Environmental groups say the Hanover Foods plant is illegally discharging pollution into nearby streams that ultimately flow to the Chesapeake Bay.

Court strikes Trump EPA rule for full-year 15% ethanol sales

A federal appeals court on Friday threw out a Trump-era Environmental Protection Agency rule change that allowed for the sale of a 15% ethanol gasoline blend in the summer months.

Some Hawaii homeowners damage beaches to protect their homes. A new law could help change that

Our investigation found property owners were routinely demanding record prices for beachfront homes in Hawaii that are at risk of being sucked into the ocean. Legislators will now require those sellers to disclose the risks to buyers.

Electric Vehicles on the Market

In New Mexico communities dependent on aquatic recreation, worsening drought could be disastrous

From the base of Elephant Butte Dam, the scale of the reservoir’s decline is evident.