Three environmentalist groups have filed a federal lawsuit against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers over its environmental analysis of the planned New England Clean Energy Connect hydroelectric corridor, which the groups oppose.
N ow that the ice-breaking research ship RV Polarstern has returned to its dock in Norway, researchers like Dartmouth’s Donald Perovich are getting a look at the data that the ship’s expedition to the Arctic yielded.
As part of a proposed management plan to handle contaminated soils at the future site of a large research and development facility next to Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics, the contamination is expected to be capped.
BRUSSELS/WASHINGTON - For countries hoping to avoid the worst of climate change, next month's U.S. presidential election will be pivotal in determining the course of global climate action, experts say.
A health study examining the effects of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances on people who were exposed to these forever chemicals in Portsmouth and the surrounding areas has resumed after a seven-month hiatus due to COVID-19.
The Hudson-Litchfield Rotary Club is hosting a new kind of fundraiser event at Alvirne High School this year where participating donors won’t even need to get out of their car, and may do some good for the planet while they’re at it.
A pple Annie owner Laurie Loosigian knew it was going to be a tough season when her small orchard in Brentwood experienced a hard frost in May that damaged the blossoms and ruined about 75% of this year’s apple crop.
Hurricane Delta, the 25th named Atlantic storm this year, intensified, with catastrophic winds expected to tear across Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula before taking aim at the Gulf Coast later in the week, the National Hurricane Center said.
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Denmark said on Tuesday that it could reach its 2030 climate target of reducing emissions by 70%, one of the world's most ambitious, without compromising its generous welfare benefits.
A sharp rise in the deployment of carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) technology is needed globally if countries are to meet net-zero emissions targets designed to slow climate change, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Thursday.
MOSCOW - A nuclear-powered ice breaker Russia says is the world's largest and most powerful set off on Tuesday on a two-week journey to the Arctic as part of Moscow's efforts to tap the region's commercial potential.
LONDON - COVID-19 is a reminder that "we are all in it together" and the world needs a global response to the climate change crisis, David Attenborough said, as he launched a film about lessons learned during his seven decades as a television naturalist.
Our sometimes-incredible fall hawk migration not long ago surged through Massachusetts like clockwork between September 12 and September 20 every year. In a span of 10 days, 90% of the entire North American population of broad-winged hawks typically would begin evacuating the continent on th…
MOBILE, Ala. — Hurricane Sally on Wednesday uprooted trees, flooded streets and cut power to hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses as the powerful storm tore across the Alabama-Florida coast, and brought the threat of more flooding to the U.S. Southeast.