China to shut small-scale coal burning in two northern pr...
BEIJING (Reuters) - China will shut down small-scale "scattered" coal burning in the heavily coal-dependent provinces of Shanxi and Shaanxi by 2020 in the ne...
EPA chief to face Senate panel in August
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt will testify before the Senate's environment committee in August, panel chairm...
City of Fredericton prepares for arrival of the invasive ...
The City of Fredericton and The Canadian Forest Service are ramping up efforts to detect the invasive Emerald Ash Borer beetle that is making it's way east. ...
Prehistoric platypus-like fish reconstructed by Australia...
Brindabellaspis had nostrils in its eye sockets and a long bill with jaws • Sign up to receive the top stories in Australia every day at noon Palaeontologist...
China's Jinko to produce solar panels in Florida by fourt...
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Chinese manufacturer JinkoSolar Holding Co Ltd expects to start manufacturing solar panels at a new factory in Jacksonville, Florida, by...
SaskPower announces 10 megawatt solar project, first in S...
The 80-acre-project east of Swift Current is the first of two 10 megawatt plants that SaskPower plans to have operational before 2021.
Manitoba Metis Federation threatens transmission line sup...
The Manitoba Metis Federation is threatening to pull its support for the final leg of the massive power line to Minnesota after Manitoba Hydro has offered pa...
Machine learning may be a game-changer for climate predic...
New research demonstrates that machine-learning techniques can be used to accurately represent clouds and their atmospheric heating and moistening, and bette...
Guelph Humane Society asking residents to give turtles a ...
The Guelph Humane Society says they have received a number of calls over the last week for turtles in need of assistance.
Sickly minke disappears from Newfoundland harbour, its fa...
Rescuers have lost sight of a sickly looking minke whale, last seen heading for open ocean Tuesday after being freed from shallow waters off eastern Newfound...
New pipelines and better prices expected to drive higher ...
The Canadian Energy Research Institute predicts Canadian crude oil production will jump to 7.2 million barrels per day by 2038, aided by thirsty markets that...
Solar conference moves to Calgary with hot emerging marke...
A huge solar conference usually held in Ontario is moving to Calgary this year and kicks off on Wednesday.
High heat, chance of flash floods lingers for parts of U.S.
(Reuters) - Hot, humid weather on Tuesday is expected to bring thunderstorms and a risk of flash floods from Texas to the southeastern United States, after d...
Fracking: Labor pledges to tighten regulations to protect...
Shale gas not covered in by existing water regulations in ‘glaring omission’, Labor’s environment spokesman says Regulations on unconventional gas developmen...
Scientists find widely used pesticides in Ontario wild tu...
The insecticides, which are water soluble, have spilled over from crops into plants.
House set to debate offshore wind energy bills in U.S. wa...
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. House committee will kick off debate next week on three new bills aimed at boosting offshore wind energy leases in federal waters.
Ocean's heat cycle shows that atmospheric carbon may be h...
A new study examined the global carbon cycle and suggests that scientists may have misgauged how carbon is distributed around the world, particularly between...
Flooding kills at least 18 in Ivory Coast's Abidjan
ABIDJAN (Reuters) - At least 18 people were killed by flooding in Ivory Coast's commercial capital Abidjan on Tuesday after intense rainfall overnight, autho...
Swim advisory in place at Parlee Beach even as province s...
Despite Parlee Beach being open for less than a month, Tuesday was the second day in a row that the water was not fit for swimming.
SOUTH ASIA: Flash floods kill dozens, cause 1M to flee
Flash floods after heavy monsoons have killed dozens of people in South Asia, authorities said today.
NEW JERSEY: Tiny turtle becomes state reptile after stude...
New Jersey has officially made a tiny turtle its state reptile.
VIRGINIA: Dangerous invasive plant found: 'Don't touch it'
A toxic, invasive plant with sap that can burn skin and cause blindness has been confirmed in Virginia.
IOWA: Farmer brothers' surprising legacy comes into bloom
Two Iowa farmer brothers lived together most of their lives on a small farm. Palmer Larson died at 86 in 2012, and his brother Roger died shortly after.
ARIZONA: Parks agency rehires woman with cancer after outcry
The head of Arizona State Parks & Trails on Friday rehired a woman battling eye cancer, one day after The Arizona Republic reported on the employee's fir...
ELECTRIC VEHICLES: Elon Musk: Rogue Tesla employee sabota...
A Tesla Inc. worker who had been denied a promotion hacked the company's operating system and shared sensitive data, according to an internal memo Elon Musk ...
AUTOS: UPS looks to green its fleet with natural gas vehi...
UPS Inc. announced today it will spend $130 million on new compressed natural gas vehicles and fueling stations.
WATER POLLUTION: Mo. creek contamination may pose cancer ...
The contaminated Coldwater Creek in St. Louis County, Mo., may have spiked cancer risk for people who lived and played around the creek between the 1960s and...
AIR POLLUTION: EPA sends 'good neighbor' smog proposal to...
EPA, facing a tight court-ordered deadline, has sent a proposal to the White House budget office that appears geared to addressing the remaining "good neighb...
TECHNOLOGY: Mont. brewery to recycle emissions caused by ...
Sustainability is on tap at a brewery opening this summer in Missoula, Mont.
SUPREME COURT: Justices decline to address gerrymandering
The Supreme Court decided yesterday not to take on questions about partisan gerrymandering in two nationally watched cases.
CLIMATE: Court won't force Interior to review coal leasin...
A federal court will not require the Interior Department to conduct a broad review of its coal leasing program.
ENDANGERED SPECIES: World's oldest Sumatran orangutan die...
Puan, the world's oldest known Sumatran orangutan, was euthanized in an Australian zoo yesterday due to age-related complications.
EXTREME WEATHER: Midwest floods kill man, collapse roads
Flooding in the upper Midwest has killed at least one person in Wisconsin.
WILDLIFE: Poachers threaten long-billed birds in Idaho
Human poachers are a serious threat to Idaho's long-billed curlew.
OCEANS: 1st known manta ray nursery discovered in marine ...
The first known manta ray nursery in the world has been discovered about 70 miles south of Galveston, Texas.
YELLOWSTONE: Bison quarantine stays on track despite lead...
Officials don't believe the upcoming change in Yellowstone National Park superintendents will set back progress of the park's bison quarantine program.
PUBLIC LANDS: Taxpayers could be losing money on suspende...
A small fraction of oil and gas leases on public lands were suspended in fiscal 2016, meaning the government generally did not collect revenues from them, ac...
PEOPLE: Chemical safety advocate dies at 47
The founder of a public health coalition that played a central role in strengthening U.S. chemical safety standards died Saturday.
COAL ASH: Pruitt's Okla. first to get EPA disposal progra...
Oklahoma has become the first state to gain EPA approval to run its own coal ash disposal permitting program, a development immediately cheered by electric p...
REGULATIONS: Greens gird for fight as White House starts ...
The White House has taken the first official steps toward rewriting regulations for the National Environmental Policy Act.
EPA: Rule-busting panel got internal pushback — emails
An EPA panel tasked with identifying regulations ripe for repeal — a Trump administration priority — encountered some pushback and tension within the agency ...
INTERIOR: A foundation launched by Zinke draws new questions
Ryan Zinke was a retired Navy SEAL with political ambitions in 2007 when he set up a foundation to build a park in his hometown of Whitefish, Mont. The park ...
SAGE GROUSE: Forest Service looks to follow BLM, revise O...
The Forest Service is expected this week to formally launch a monthslong process to eventually amend federal greater sage grouse conservation plans covering ...
LAW: Trump team goes to war against lower court injunctions
The Trump administration is fighting what it calls the "increasingly prevalent" trend of lower-court rulings blocking policies nationwide.
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Solar energy is clean and abundant, but when the sun isn't shining, you must store the energy in batteries or through a process called photocatalysis. In pho...
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