- NC State study: Dan River water safe for farm use Updated: Apr-18-14 1:29 pm
- Study examines deaths of trout that eat alewife Updated: Apr-16-14 4:51 pm
- Engineering study set for Susquehanna River Bridge Updated: Apr-14-14 8:19 pm
- Climate changes to result in bird, reptile shifts Updated: Apr-09-14 6:17 pm
- Researchers net 'zombie bass' with electricity Updated: Apr-07-14 8:08 am
- Climate change bill lays out Rhode Island response Updated: Apr-03-14 8:34 pm
- Exxon: Highly unlikely world limits fossil fuels Updated: Mar-31-14 8:29 pm
- Global warming dials up our risks, UN report says Updated: Mar-30-14 11:29 pm
- UN science report: Warming worsens security woes Updated: Mar-30-14 2:01 am
- UN panel: 8 reasons to worry about global warming Updated: Mar-29-14 1:16 am
- Clarification: Oil Drilling Taxes story Updated: Mar-27-14 3:56 pm
- Ark., Okla. delegations support Three Rivers Study Updated: Mar-25-14 2:03 pm
- Ohio wind turbine project gets groups' support Updated: Mar-22-14 10:49 am
- UH Hilo wins $5M grant to study climate change Updated: Mar-21-14 9:04 am
RALEIGH, North Carolina - Farmers along the Dan River can use surface water for crops and livestock because toxic sludge from a massive coal ash spill has settled to the bottom, a report by university researchers found.
TRAVERSE CITY, Michigan - Subtle immune system changes may explain why some Great Lakes trout and salmon die from the lack of an essential vitamin after eating alewife, an important forage species, according to a scientific report released Wednesday.
HAVRE DE GRACE, Maryland - Amtrak says it has joined with state and federal agencies to conduct an engineering study of the Susquehanna River Rail Bridge for possible rehabilitation or replacement.
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico - As temperatures climb across the Southwest, researchers have found some species will win, but others stand to lose - and lose big.
ROGERSVILLE, Alabama - Bernie Fuller has fished for decades, yet he's never witnessed anything to match the sight of dozens of zombie bass eerily rising out of a north Alabama lake.
PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island - Rhode Island faces a serious threat from climate change but should consider it an opportunity to become a national leader on this front, the head of a legislative panel on the environment said Thursday.
NEW YORK - On the same day the world's scientists issued their latest report on climate change and the risks it poses to society, the nation's biggest oil and gas company said the world's climate policies are "highly unlikely" to stop it from selling fossil fuels far into the future.
YOKOHAMA, Japan - If the world doesn't cut pollution of heat-trapping gases, the already noticeable harms of global warming could spiral "out of control," the head of a United Nations scientific panel warned Monday.
YOKOHAMA, Japan - In an authoritative report due out Monday a United Nations climate panel for the first time is connecting hotter global temperatures to hotter global tempers. Top scientists are saying that climate change will complicate and worsen existing global security problems, such as civil wars, strife between nations and refugees.
YOKOHAMA, Japan - If you have already read "12 Pieces of Practical Advice from Housecats," now you can move on to "8 Reasons to Worry about Global Warming."
LANSING, Michigan - In a March 19 story, The Associated Press paraphrased George Peridas, a Natural Resources Defense Council environmental scientist, as saying that sustainable energy is still a luxury at this time. Peridas instead said that sustainable energy production currently is dwarfed by fossil fuel production.
LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas - Members of the Arkansas and Oklahoma congressional delegations have announced support for the so-called "Three Rivers Study" of the area at the confluence of the Arkansas, Mississippi, and White Rivers.
CLEVELAND - A nonprofit company proposing wind turbines off the coast of Cleveland to test and pilot a fresh-water wind farm on Lake Erie has won support from several environmental groups as it works to win critical state and federal permits.
HONOLULU - The University of Hawaii at Hilo has received a second $5 million grant to study how plants, animals and microbes respond to climate change.