Indigenous Tribes Facing Displacement in Alaska and Louisiana Say the U.S. Is Ignoring Climate Threats

WASHINGTON—About 31 Native Alaskan communities face imminent climate displacement from flooding and erosion, which could lead cultures to disappear and

Florida’s Majestic Manatees Are Starving to Death

ORLANDO, Fla.—The manatee was too weak to swim. She lay still in a medical pool at a SeaWorld rehabilitation center,

Warming Trends: Indoor Air Safer From Wildfire Smoke, a Fish Darts off the Endangered List and Dragonflies Showing the Heat in the UK

SCIENCE Shelter From the Smoke For much of this summer, the skies across California have been tinted with a smoky

Now on Hold, Georgia’s Progressive Program for Rooftop Solar Comes With a Catch

The math worked for adding solar panels to the roof of Temple Beth Tefilloh, a 135-year-old Jewish congregation that occupies

Biggest Carbon Capture Effort Begins in Iceland, But Involves a Fraction of the Gas in the Atmosphere

The start-up behind the world’s biggest direct carbon capture plant said it would build a much larger facility in the