Amazon donates over 1,400 cases of water to residents of East Palestine, Ohio
More than 30 Amazon employees from its Pittsburgh and Cleveland sites volunteered to help bring water in the aftermath of the Ohio train derailment.
Olive oil prices climbing after heat, drought in Europe leads to poor harvest, shortage
Olive harvests in Spain, which supply 80% of the world’s olive oil, were down 50%.
Waters off New England had 2nd warmest year on record in 2022
The Gulf of Maine, a body of water about the size of Indiana that touches Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Canada, is warming faster than the vast majority of the world’s oceans.
Strawberry outlook deemed ‘promising’ despite impacts from hurricanes, atmospheric rivers
California and Florida are the top two strawberry-producing states. The Golden State is estimated to produce nearly 90 percent of the crop, and the Sunshine State comes in a distant second at 8 percent.
Ohio train derailment: Town hall set as concerns linger over odor, sick animals
In and around East Palestine, Ohio, residents are asking whether the air and water around them is safe for people, pets and livestock.
What we know about the Ohio train derailment
After a train carrying toxic chemicals derailed in East Palestine, Ohio, concerns over the quality of air and water have begun mounting. Here’s what is known in the aftermath of the incident.
A circular rainbow? See the stunning spectacle caught on camera in Hawaii
According to EarthSky, a circular rainbow is a very rare sight, requiring sky conditions to be “just right.”
Biden, Brazil’s Lula focus on democracy, climate during White House visit
The two leaders met Friday to discuss efforts to safeguard democracy, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and climate change, including efforts to stem deforestation of the Amazon.
Watch: Spectacular underwater footage captures orca 'orchestra' in icy Antarctica waters
The footage shows several orcas - also known as “killer whales" and a minke whale swimming in the icy waters of Antarctica.
Staggering number of animals, plants at risk of extinction in US, new report finds
Scientists are calling it "a mass extinction of species across the planet."
Transition into El Nino could lead to record heat around globe
Fishermen first used the term El Niño off the coast of South America to describe the unusually warm water temperatures before Christmas.
Green comet sighting: Here's when to see this celestial view unlikely to return for millions of years
This celestial sighting is a bit like space-speed dating. Astronomers only just learned of Comet C/2022 E3's existence, and it will be gone before we know it. Learn how it was discovered and why a naked-eye comet is rare.
Crabbing industry loses fight to prevent fishing in critical Alaskan ecosystem
In 2021, NOAA Fisheries reported that king crab fishing totaled 6 million pounds and was valued at more than $73 million.
Earth’s core may be reversing its spin and could have ‘long-term influence,’ researchers find
The impact on our daily lives is “probably small” but may have a “long-term influence over decades or longer,” scientists in China told FOX Television Stations.
Feds deny emergency request for ship-speed restrictions to protect whales
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is considering new rules designed to stop large ships from colliding with North Atlantic right whales.
Feds send $930 million to curb 'crisis' of wildfires in West
The U.S. is directing $930 million toward reducing wildfire dangers in 10 western states by clearing trees and underbrush from national forests as officials struggle to protect communities from destructive infernos being made worse by climate change.
Greenland is the warmest it's been in more than 1000 years, ice core data shows
Scientists say warming in Greenland in the past may have been masked by local weather variability. But not any more. Climate change is blowing that away.
Eating 1 fish from US lakes, rivers equal to a month of drinking 'forever chemicals' water, study says
Overall, freshwater fish caught near urban areas and the Great Lakes were found to have the highest levels of forever chemicals, according to the study.
Greta Thunberg carried away by police at German coal mine protest
Swedish climate activist Great Thunberg was among hundreds of people on Tuesday who resumed anti-mining protests in western German after weekend demonstrations.
Greta Thunberg removed by German police from site of mass-climate change protest at coal mine
German police reportedly removed 20-year-old climate change activist Greta Thunberg from the site of a mass protest over the demolition of an abandoned village for the expansion of a coal mine.