Dealing with a decline in sea ice, the bears are changing the way they hunt in order to survive.
- WMUR - Manchester
Video: As the climate warms, moose in New Hampshire are threatened by winter ticks.
- CBS News
One of the girl's family members jumped in the water and beat the shark off of her until she was free, officials said.
- CBS News
Florida officials confirmed the recurrence of an invasive snail species that destroys wildlife and poses serious threats to human health.
- Corpus Christi Caller-Times
The transaction to donate Powderhorn Ranch conserves one of the state’s largest “unspoiled coastal prairies in Texas."
It is the second such incident in three days in the US park.
- Associated Press
The rust-colored tower rising from an industrial site near the banks of Berlin's Spree river looks nothing like the sleek flasks Germans use for coffee, yet its purpose is similar: to provide some warmth throughout the day, especially when it's cold outside. With a height of 45 meters (almost 150 feet) and holding up to 56 million liters (14.8 million gallons) of hot water, utility company Vattenfall says the tower will help heat Berlin homes this winter even if Russian gas supplies dry up. “It's a huge thermos that helps us to store the heat when we don’t need it,” said Tanja Wielgoss, who heads the Sweden-based company's heat unit in Germany.
- Southern Living
America’s longest native snake is slithering its way to a comeback. It's good news... we promise!
Most rainbows are colorful and vibrant, but not this one. A rare white rainbow, also known as a ghost rainbow or a fogbow, was captured on video arcing over the skies of Heihe, Heilongjiang province, China, on June 29. The vivid fogbow clearly stands out amid the fog bank lingering in the skies over the Chinese city, which is located in the country's north along the Russian border. The bright blue skies contrast against the bright white fogbow, and the partly sunny conditions in the fogbow's bac
- The Guardian
The bill states that 30% of plastic items sold or bought be recyclable by 2028 and economic responsibility falls to producers
More than a dozen goats journeyed to Riverside Park in New York City on Wednesday to feast on weeds, a chemical-free way to remove invasive species while adding to the joys of nature. The furry visitors arrived in Manhattan from Green Goats farm in Rhinebeck, New York, earlier in the day to gobble up overgrown brush - even species dangerous to humans, like poison ivy. "Imagine trying to keep your balance while you're pulling out invasive plants so that you can plant native species that will better hold the soil and provide better habitat for the wildlife."
- York Daily Record
Sheetz recently announced a price drop on some of its gas. Is it safe to use?
- USA TODAY
Distilled water is water that has been boiled into steam, then reverted back to a liquid, removing all positive and negative minerals from the water.
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
Lake Mead and Lake Powell are tanking, forcing Colorado River users to radically slash demand quickly. What to know about how that might play out.
- Kansas City Star
Not everyone thinks this fish should be considered a record breaker.
- Delaware Online | The News Journal
Of Delaware's 19 snake species, you're likely to only see four of them. Only one is venomous. Learn more about them and how to identify them
- Travel Noire
People who live or are going to the Southern Caribbean islands must be extremely cautious over the next few days.
- Associated Press
Los Angeles and Mumbai, India, share many superlatives as pinnacles of cinema, fashion, and traffic congestion. Long-term studies in both cities have examined how the big cats prowl through their urban jungles, and how people can best live alongside them — lessons that may be applicable to more places in coming decades. “In the future, there’s going to be more cities like this, as urban areas further encroach on natural habitats,” said biologist Audra Huffmeyer, who studies mountain lions at the University of California, Los Angeles.
“The Court appoints itself—instead of Congress or the expert agency—the decisionmaker on climate policy," Justice Elena Kagan wrote.
- American City Business Journals
Intel's usage is expected to increase Columbus' water output — which averages 141.9 million gallons a day — by about 3.5% on a daily and annual basis. But first a deal needs to be struck. And that hasn't happened yet.
Over time, battery packs can lose capacity and may not be able to recharge to the same level as they could when new. Thankfully, most new EVs come with long warranties.