A forest is on fire in India.

Growing Efforts To Name, Categorize Heat Waves Point To Their Danger

Higher attention to treat heat waves as climate threats has strengthened calls to name them like hurricanes.


5:28People protest against environmental racism.

How City Planning Can Support Environmental Justice

2:59Water drips from a faucet near boat docks sitting on dry land
Josh Edelson / AP

Southern California Under New Water Restrictions Amid Drought

2:26SpaceX CEO Elon Musk
Susan Walsh / AP

FAA Delays Environmental Review Of SpaceX Starship Again

2:14Historic site of Jamestown, Virginia

Historic Site Of Jamestown, VA Threatened By Rising Sea Levels

3:48Mermaids swim in a pool.

Mermaids Aren't Just Entertainers. Many Are Environmental Advocates

A man talks about receiving the call that his mother had died as his wife becomes emotional
Jose M. Osorio / Chicago Tribune via AP

Deaths Of 3 Women In Early Heat Wave Raise Questions, Fears

3:57Bees fill a hive.

Losing Bees Could Have Huge Implications For The Environment

4:36Wind turbines in front of a coal fired power plant
Martin Meissner / AP

Solving Clean Energy's Consistency Problem

4:14Heavy traffic

Renewed Hope For Action On Climate Change

4:31Saguaro cacti are shown in front of an Arizona landscape.

Climate Change Is Threatening The Saguaro Cactus' Survival

0:25Vehicle traffic and dense smog in New Delhi, India.
Manish Swarup / AP

Study: Global Pollution Kills 9 Million People A Year

1:26Fire consumes land in Brazil
Andre Penner / AP

Scientists Give Earth 50-50 Chance Of Hitting Key Warming Mark By 2026

3:06Kids take part in gardening inside the Family Garden at The New York Botanical Garden in New York.
The New York Botanical Garden via AP

Teaching Children About Conservation, How To Make A Difference

2:05Rusting debris that used to be underwater sits above the water level on Lake Mead
John Locher / AP

Human Remains Surfacing As Lake Mead Water Levels Drop

5:01A man climbs a pile of rubble left from a natural disaster.
Dave Martin / AP

Natural Disasters Are Getting Worse, But So Is FEMA Aid For Survivors

1:36Salvation Army hydration station
Ross D. Franklin / AP

KNXV: Phoenix Approves New Plan To Combat Heat-Related Deaths

Top of Lake Mead drinking water Intake No. 1 above the surface level of the Colorado River reservoir.
Southern Nevada Water Authority via AP

Vegas Water Intake Now Visible At Drought-Stricken Lake Mead

3:22Emissions from industrial development

Pressure Mounts On EU To Cut Its Dependence On Russian Energy

3:46A small stream runs through the dried, cracked earth of a former wetland near Tulelake, California
Nathan Howard / AP

Officials Ask Californians To Limit Water Usage Amid Historic Drought

1:50Small stream of water runs through dried, cracked field
Nathan Howard / AP

About 6M Californians Ordered To Cut Water Usage Amid Drought

1:59Hurricane Laura in 2020

Multiple Studies Forecast Worsening Natural Disasters

7:58Trees are shown.

Washington Changes Logging Plans To Generate Carbon Offset

3:58Indiana landowner Norman Welker.

Farming's Next Frontier: Solar Energy

3:33Winemaker lights anti-frost candles in a vineyard
Laurent Cipriani / AP

How Climate Change Is Driving Innovation Toward More Sustainable Wines

5:40Workers at a recycling plant
Charles Krupa / AP

Why Does The U.S. Produce So Much Waste?

President Joe Biden
Evan Vucci / AP

As Earth Day Approaches, The President's Climate Agenda Stalls

4:43Waves crash over a seawall at the mouth of the Miami River in Florida.
Wilfredo Lee / AP

Weather Changes Have Americans Moving To Cooler Locales

8:18A stack of recycled aluminum cans are transported on a truck.
Richard Vogel / AP

Is Hitting A 50% Recycling Rate Realistic?

0:17Smoke from a wind-whipped wildfire rises above neighborhoods in Arizona.
Sean Golightly/Arizona Daily Sun via AP

Arizona Wildfire Doubles In Size Overnight

4:41A biker passes a building.
Gabrielle Lurie / AP

How City Planning, Biking Helps Reduce America's Emissions Problem