A new book dives deep into the fascinating criminal world of tree theft and efforts to combat it.
A decade after China's global infrastructure program started, the U.S., G7 countries and private capital will invest in clean energy, technology and other projects in developing countries.
Climate change has impacted the world's water, air and land masses. But today's news media isn't designed to reinforce public belief, say researchers.
A new study from Australia shows that larvae of the darkling beetle can eat polystyrene — the material behind plastic foam.
Despite some major roads still being washed out, three of the massive park's five entrances opened this morning, to lines hundreds of cars long.
Most Americans have recently been affected by extreme weather and support efforts to protect against future disasters, a new survey finds. And many people suffer long-term financial problems.
A new NPR survey shows 11% of Americans have experienced extreme heat in the past five years and had health problems stemming from a lack of air conditioning at home.
Philip Connors deeply loves the forest he has watched over every summer for the past 20 years. But it was a different forest two decades ago, and will be even more changed once the flames die down.
The park has been closed since floods washed away roads, damaged buildings and knocked out water and power to parts of the park and communities nearby. The park's northern loop will remain closed.
The company that makes Sriracha told customers it will have to stop making the sauce for the next few months due to "severe weather conditions affecting the quality of chili peppers."
An isolated population of polar bears in southeast Greenland has learned to hunt on freshwater glacier ice. That means they may be able to survive longer as climate change makes sea ice scarce.