“I’ve never seen so much help in my life.” The scene on the ground as FEMA workers rushed to help an assisted living facility in Fayetteville, North Carolina.
“This kind of study really brings home the point that dangerous climate change is here now,” one researcher said.
Parts of the Carolinas could get more than 40 inches of rain. That threatens flooding a long way from the coast.
"Even if you've ridden out storms before, this one's different."
Following in the footsteps of hurricanes Matthew, Fran, and Hugo, Hurricane Florence promises rain, floods, and power outages in the Carolinas.
A new US survey suggests people are using roughly 130 million plastic straws a day, far fewer than the 500 million figure that’s commonly cited.
The new rule largely defers to states to deal with pollution from coal plants.
The company is trying to combat scientific misinformation on its platform. Wikipedia has been helping the streaming platform describe topics like global warming, the MMR vaccine, and UFOs.
The Summer of Grift has hit the reusable straw market.
“This is 2018. We shouldn't still be contaminating people with plutonium,” said a worker at the Hanford site in eastern Washington.
“I call him Lord Voldemort,” conservation lawyer Bill Snape said about Kavanaugh.
Wheeler previously lobbied for Murray Energy Corporation, the country’s largest coal mining company, on environmental issues tied to the EPA.
Although Trump and Republicans in Congress have praised Pruitt’s regulatory rollback, the EPA chief has faced criticism for a growing pile of alleged ethics violations.
The Endangered Species Act could be the first environmental issue to take the stage on a Kennedy-less court.
At Pruitt’s prompting, a ConocoPhillips official sent the EPA résumés of two people to be considered for regional directors of the agency.
“PROTECTING HUMAN HEALTH AND THE ENVIRONMENT ALL ACROSS AMERICA,” the coin will say.
“More and more evidence points to the same conclusion: We are underestimating methane emissions,” one scientist said.
This week in the Scott Pruitt scandal: a used hotel mattress, a Chick-fil-A job inquiry, and two more resignations of top staffers.
The EPA was ready to promote a debate — with the agency leading the “Red Team” and mainstream scientists on the “Blue Team” — but then dropped it.
Ash flew 30,000 feet into the sky after an explosive eruption at Kilauea's summit crater.