It’s the first time that temperatures have blown past the previous record three years in a row. Pittsburgh saw its second-warmest year.
scientists reported today that the Earth reached its highest temperature on record in 2016 — trouncing a record set only a year earlier.
The video taken by a visitor to the Circle B Bar Reserve on Sunday shows the gator estimated to be about 12-feet long.
Government is accusing Fiat Chrysler of failing to disclose software in some of its diesel engines that allows them to emit more pollution.
The Petra Nova project, outside of Houston, captured carbon dioxide from the process of coal combustion for the first time in September.
Regulators can only add up penalties for the days industrial waste is spilled, not how long it remains in state waters, the court said.
The lead testing and reporting requirements would become effective in January 2018. They require approval by Allegheny County Council.
There is only one sure way to save polar bears from extinction, the government announced Monday: decisive action on climate change.
An enormous rift in one of Antarctica’s largest ice shelves grew dramatically over the past several weeks British scientists reported.
The Coast Guard responds to a fire on an oil platform in the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Louisiana.
Over 100,000 cheetahs prowled Africa’s arid grasslands little more than a century ago. But the powerful predators now number just 7,100.
Comment on the trail share proposal can be submitted by mail, phone, fax or email.
Advocates for more wilderness in the Allegheny National Forest oppose proposal to open hiking-only trails to mountain bikers
An Environmental Hearing Board judge has temporarily stopped Consol from undermining a trout stream in Ryerson Station State Park.
The entire Arctic north of 80 degrees, about the size of the Lower 48 states, has witnessed a sharp temperature spike of nearly 30 degrees.
Darnell Earley and Gerald Ambrose separately were state-appointed emergency managers in Flint in 2014-15.
Dentists’ discharges of mercury have resulted in the release of hundreds of tons of the substance into the environment over several decades.