House advances Cuddy bill to build strong, diverse clean energy workforce

Jellied, smoked, baked in pies – but can the UK stop eels sliding into extinction?

Centuries-old trade has been thwarted by trafficking and now Brexit. An unusual rewilding mission hopes to aid a 4,000-mile migration back to British rivers

Texas Power Grid, Strained Last Winter, Now Faces an Early Heat Wave

Regulators have asked residents to start conserving energy after demand hit a June record just one week into the month.

Tailored messaging increases understanding of climate change in Republicans

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Weather Journal: Another busy early season in the tropical Atlantic

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Federal Judge Blocks Biden’s Pause On New Oil And Gas Leases

A federal judge in Louisiana ordered that plans continue for lease sales that were delayed for the Gulf of Mexico and Alaska waters.

Democrats Fret They’ll Get Hoodwinked On Infrastructure

A growing number of Democratic senators are demanding assurances that Congress will pass another package that includes progressive priorities.

Disease causing mass deaths of frogs reaches Britain

Scientists concerned as severe perkinsea infection found in European tree frog tadpoles kept in an aquarium in Surrey

Emissions from Diet Could Eat Up the Entire 1.5 Degree Carbon Budget

In Push to Find Methane Leaks, Satellites Gear Up for the Hunt