The Hoover Dam

Low Water Levels At Hoover Dam, Glen Canyon Dam Threaten Power Supply

Water and power supplies for tens of millions of American are being threatened as Lake Powell and Lake Mead water levels continue to drop.

Environment

4:32Republic Services recycling in Las Vegas, Nevada
Newsy

U.S. Rate of Recycling Decreases

0:35President Joe Biden talks with Mary Barra, CEO of General Motors
Evan Vucci / AP

President Biden Touts Electric Vehicles At Detroit Auto Show

2:32Vehicles navigate high waters in Moab, Utah.
City of Moab / AP

Storms Expected To Continue Flooding Southern States For Days

Prince William
Alastair Grant / AP

Prince William Charity Invests With Bank Tied To Dirty Fuels

2:40A woman sits in cooling water in California.
Rich Pedroncelli / AP

California Heat Wave Prompts Statewide Energy Conservation Push

Beachgoers walk near wind turbines along the coast of Pingtan in Southern China's Fujian province
Ng Han Guan / AP

China And U.S. Spar Over Climate On Twitter

4:25People work on a movie set.
Newsy

TV And Film Companies Are Working Toward A More Sustainable Industry

3:35A boat is seen along Lake Powell in Arizona.
Rick Bowmer / AP

Interior Department Restricts Water Supply To Multiple Western States

Workers install solar panels
John Minchillo / AP

Scientists Say New Climate Law Is Likely To Reduce Warming

0:38President Joe Biden
Evan Vucci / AP

Biden To Sign Massive Climate And Health Care Legislation

2:21Farmland
Scripps

Farmers Worry About Proposed SEC Climate Change Rule

5:17Taylor Swift.
Evan Agostini/Invision/AP

Celebrities: The Climate Consequences Of Their Private Jet Use

Baby goose looks for water in a dried lake bed
Anna Szilagyi / AP

European Drought Dries Up Rivers, Kills Fish, Shrivels Crops

1:41A overturned car is seen after it was swept away in massive flooding
Brynn Anderson / AP

Kentucky Deals With Effects Of Climate Crisis

1:53Outer Banks Brewing Station in North Carolina
Newsy

North Carolina Brewery Uses Wind Turbine To Make Beer

4:14A woman in front of the setting sun
Charlie Riedel / AP

How A Changing Climate Is Changing Our Summers

7:39People wait to check out at IKEA.
AP

Illegal Logging Is Rampant. Can IKEA Help Slow It Down?

3:38A woman passes a lodge that burned during the McKinney Fire.
Noah Berger / AP

Rain Is Helping Keep McKinney Fire Down, But Hotter Days Ahead Won't

3:57A firetruck drives along California Highway 96 as the McKinney Fire burns.
Noah Berger / AP

Democrats On Verge Of Passing Significant Climate Measures

A well leaking methane in California
Clark Williams-Derry via AP

California Not Counting Methane Leaks From Idle Wells

2:00Fire burns in a forest.
Newsy

Oak Fire Continues To Blaze In Yosemite National Park

0:20A firefighter protects a sequoia tree as the Washburn Fire burns
Noah Berger / AP

U.S. To Plant 1 Billion Trees As Climate Change Kills Forests

3:37President Joe Biden speaks about climate change and clean energy
Evan Vucci / AP

President Biden Announces Steps To Tackle Climate 'Emergency'

3:04A river at a national park
Scripps Media

National Park Service Has $21.8 Billion Worth Of Backlogged Repairs

Climate activists hold banners that say "Stand With Ukraine."
Jean-Francois Badias / AP

EU Lawmakers Back Gas, Nuclear Energy As Sustainable

6:17A building with green roofs and balconies is shown.
Patrick Bingham-Hall

How City Design Can Cool Down Your Neighborhood

2:41Emissions from a coal-fired power plant.
Charlie Riedel / AP

Supreme Court Limits EPA In Curbing Power Plant Emissions

5:21A plastic bottle
Luca Bruno / AP

Why Can't We Quit Plastics?

2:37Power lines in Houston, TX are shown.
David J. Phillip / AP

Power Grids Across The U.S. Are Being Tested By High Heat

3:58U.S. President Joe Biden.
Evan Vucci / AP

Pres. Biden Hosts Climate Meeting Amid High Gas Price Pressure