‘It’s six weeks of hell’: how cicada-phobes are surviving Brood X

The swarm that emerges every 17 years can feel like a horror movie, requiring homemade armor and escape plans

‘Birds are here for everyone’: how Black birdwatchers are finding a community

In a 2011 study by the Fish and Wildlife Service, 93% of birders surveyed were white while just 4% were Black

Michigan apple growers see threat of climate change crisis through spread of fire blight

Exclusive: New York project to combine solar power with high-speed broadband

White House vows new moves to shore up battery supply chain

Texas remains a solar and storage hotspot, but transmission gaps could hamper growth

‘Wake for whales’ held in San Francisco

Energy Department announces new steps on US battery production

Climate change: Oceans are in a ‘death spiral’ with world leaders ‘dragging their feet’, Greenpeace warns

Greenhouse Gas Emissions Scenarios: Background, Issues, and Policy Relevance