Endangered U.S. river

Some Of America's Largest And Most Important Rivers Are In Crisis

The nation's most endangered river is the Colorado River.

Environment

8:36The sun rises above power lines in California.
Noah Berger / AP

The World United To Fix The Ozone Hole, So Why Not Climate Change?

84:27Trees in the forest, as pictured in the documentary, "The Hidden Life of Trees"
Constantin Film

The Hidden Life Of Trees

Demonstrators protest climate change in London
Stefan Rousseau / PA via AP

Multiple People Arrested During U.K. Climate Protest On Oil Tanker

2:56volcanic ash covers roof tops and vegetation in an area of Tonga
CPL Vanessa Parker / New Zealand Defense Force / AP

Why Some Volcanic Eruptions Don't Have Bigger Climate Impacts

4:03Smoke and steam rise from a coal processing plant.
Sam McNeil / AP

U.N. Warns Earth 'Firmly On Track Toward An Unlivable World'

1:56A cargo ship
Julio Cortez / AP

The Unique Climate Change Implications Of Maritime Law

4:51Fire is shown in a forest.
Newsy

Understanding The Fire Paradox: Why We Need Fire To Prevent Fire

2:39A transportation digital message says a tornado warning is in effect.
Rogelio V. Solis / AP

Tornado Alley Is Expanding, Hitting More Southern States Than Ever

7:20A person holds a pack of water bottles.
Rogelio V. Solis / AP

Is Your Bottled Water Really That Much Different From Tap Water?

1:40A grazer clearing vegetation in California
Newsy

In California, Goats And Sheep Return To Firefighting Duty

2:12Cherry blossoms in Washington, D.C.
OGESR / AP

Annual Cherry Blossom Colors Show Mounting Effects Of Climate Change

A woman feeds stray cats at the marina in Kuwait City
Maya Alleruzzo / AP

Kuwait, Among World's Hottest Places, Lags On Climate Action

21:46Newsy national correspondent Sam Eaton.
Newsy

In Real Life: Living With Wolves

7:35An image shows Washington nature.
Newsy

New Infrastructure Package Could Help Reduce Damage To Wildlife

3:19Polar bear cub and its mother
Ronald Zak / AP

U.N. Climate Change Report Warns Of Mass Animal Extinctions

2:00Young boys get off boat in flooded Australian street
Rick Rycroft / AP

500,000 People In Australia Told To Evacuate Due To Historic Flooding

0:23Coors Light six-pack with cardboard wrap instead of plastic rings
Molson Coors

Coors Light To Ditch Plastic Rings For Cardboard Wrap

1:57Organizers with the Build Back Fossil Free campaign stand in front of the White House.
Eric Kayn / AP

Climate Crisis Accelerates As Pres. Biden's Plans To Tackle It Stall

2:09A man watches embers fly over his property as the Bond Fire burns through the Silverado community in Orange County, CA
Noah Berger / AP

United Nations Releases Dire New Climate Change Report

4:58Large iceberg in eastern Greenland.
Felipe Dana / AP

Study: Greenland's Ice Is Melting Faster Than Previously Thought

6:08A no trespassing sign
Andrew Shafer / Newsy

Quapaw Nation Aims To Clean Up One Oklahoma Town

2:34Scientist cuts a hole in ice to sample lake water
CIGLR/University of Michigan

What Is The 'Winter Grab' Along The Great Lakes?

2:26Workers build a sand berm to prevent flooding.
Jeff Gritchen / The Orange County Register via AP

U.S. Could See 100 Years' Worth Of Sea Level Rise In Just 3 Decades

Parts of the old village of Aceredo emerged due to drought.
Emilio Morenatti / AP

Dry Winter Drains Reservoirs, Ruins Crops In Spain, Portugal

Navy and civilian water quality recovery experts through the tunnels of the Red Hill Bulk Fuel Storage Facility.
Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Luke McCall / U.S. Navy via AP

U.S. Military Faces Crisis In Hawaii After Fuel Leak Poisons Water

3:32Climate scientist injects an ethane tracer to measure kitchen chamber volume.
Rob Jackson / AP

Study: Gas Stoves Worse For Climate Than Previously Thought

1:07Worker clears snow in New York's Times Square
Richard Drew / AP

People On East Coast Warned To Prepare For Potential Nor'easter

2:27Snowmaking machines spray artificial snow on a ski slope
Mark Schiefelbein / AP

The Negative Impact Of Snowmaking Machines

1:27The National Mall in Washington, D.C.
Carolyn Kaster / AP

How Global Cities Could Look Under 3 Degrees Of Warming

A temperature reading of almost 106 degrees in downtown Portland.
Nathan Howard / AP

2021 Ranks As Earth's 6th Hottest Year On Record