President Barack Obama on Tuesday hiked to a receding Alaskan glacier to make visible his concerns about climate change.
The New York meeting is scheduled for Sept. 27, a day ahead of the United Nations General Assembly.
Eight environment groups notified the Environmental Protection Agency they will file suit if the agency refuses to rewrite disposal rules.
By renaming the peak Denali, President Barack Obama waded into a sensitive and decades-old conflict between residents of Alaska and Ohio.
Researchers say an increase of at least 3 feet is likely unavoidable, and is caused by warming temperatures driven by burning fossil fuels.
Officials say Mt. Lebanon cannot cull deer in Twin Hills Park. Even though the municipality owns the park, it is within Scott.
The report says climate change can cause more severe storms, higher risk of insect-borne illnesses and significant changes to water quality.
The lack of accreditation excludes the zoo and aquarium from a state grant program that has provided $5.5 million over the past 15 years.
A Wisconsin town can’t cure a contamination problem in its aquifer without an infusion of Great Lakes water, but first it needs the
President Barack Obama announced fresh executive actions to expand renewable energy use.
As it is no longer an accredited Association of Zoos & Aquariums facility, the zoo doesn’t qualify for the Sea Turtle Second Chance program.
Volunteers with The Tireless Project collected about 260 pounds of scrap metal, 11 tires and 475 pounds of loose debris from Duck Hollow.
Ted Gilbert has been working since 1955, and it doesn’t look as though he’s done, even as he approaches age 90.
Man-made climate change is worsening California’s drought and likely to make an ever-drier future.
Millions of dollars of BP oil company settlements have gone to municipallites further than 100 miles from the coast, records show.
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The smell of hydrogen sulfide has been worse than normal this month due to a lack of wind and rain to disperse the coke plant emission.
Freedom Industries president Gary Southern told reporters a day after the January 2014 spill that he had had a “long day.”
The Obama administration has lifted curbs on Shell Oil’s Arctic Ocean drilling.
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U.S. Army Corps and Riverlife will study shoreline restorations and other changes between the Carnegie Science Center and West End Bridge.
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy on Wednesday toured a major Colorado toxic spill.
The Pittsburgh hearing is scheduled for Sept. 10.
Voracious moths are defoliating commercially valuable cherry trees in the Allegheny National Forest.
Zimbabwe also banned the hunting of collared animals and said those involved in illegal hunts would be banned from hunting for life.
At the entrance to the park’s Marshall Lake, the gardens have five sections, each of which highlights different plants.
Council created a storm water authority, responsible for collecting the fee and using proceeds for improvement projects.
Suit claims discharges from Consol’s mines in W.Va. killed about thousands of fish and other aquatic life on a 30-mile stretch of the creek.
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Dr. Jan. C. Seski proclaimed his innocence in a statement since the accusations were made against him — he said he wasn’t even there.
The “notice of intent to sue” details more than 300 emissions limit violations since the plant was reopened in April 2014.
Jan Seski, the Murrysville doctor tied to an illegal lion hunt in Zimbabwe, is best known for his work in so-called bloodless surgery.