The massive Port of Los Angeles -- with its ships, trucks and cranes -- has gone green. Here's how the sprawling operation switched to clean energy so quickly.
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- Miami Herald
Cameras spotted the wildcat prowling through the mountains.
- WFTX - Fort Myers Scripps
Fox 4's Elyse Chengery went along with crews as they worked to remove boats stuck in mangrove trees since Hurricane Ian.
- The Conversation
Biden moves to protect the Tongass, North America's largest rainforest, from logging and road building
A bald eagle on Baranof Island in Alaska's Tongass National Forest. Wolfgang Kaehler/LightRocket via Getty ImagesAsk people to find the world’s rainforests on a globe, and most will probably point to South America. But North America has rainforests too – and like their tropical counterparts, these temperate rainforests are ecological treasures. The Biden administration recently announced new policies to protect the Tongass National Forest, the largest intact temperate rainforest in the world and
- Kansas City Star
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has released its fish consumption advisories. Find out which catches to avoid.
- Associated Press
The world has enough rare earth minerals and other critical raw materials to switch from fossil fuels to renewable energy to produce electricity and limit global warming, according to a new study that counters concerns about the supply of such minerals. With a push to get more electricity from solar panels, wind turbines, hydroelectric and nuclear power plants, some people have worried that there won’t be enough key minerals to make the decarbonization switch.
- Sacramento Bee
More than 250 people from as far away as Eureka and Redcrest reported feeling the shake, according to the agency.
- LA Times
The Colorado River is approaching a breaking point, its over-tapped reservoirs dropping. Years of drying have taken a toll at the river's source in the Rockies.
- Popular Mechanics
A report from the Renewable Energy Institute pours some cold water on Japan’s hydrogen power ambitions.
The National Weather Service says a snowfall record was set in Dayton Wednesday.
- Statesman Journal
Communities across Oregon already are unable to reliably access adequate, safe and clean water, the report finds.
- Canary Media
This story was first published by Grist . The effort to shift the U.S.
Jane Fonda says climate crisis can be blamed on racism: ‘Where would they put the sh—? Not Bel Air.’
Jane Fonda, promoting her movie '80 for Brady,' suggests that 'There’d be no climate crisis if it wasn’t for racism.'
Many travelers pack incorrectly, mispronounce Hawaiian words, and don't buy local while visiting places like the Big Island, Kauai, Maui, and Oahu.
- Modesto Bee
Modesto already has more than an average year’s rainfall with two months to go in the main storm season.
The staple ingredient has become a symbol of the country's rising cost of living.
- KCRA - Sacramento Videos
Meteorologist Heather Waldman breaks down the possible rain and snow happening this weekend.
A cash-strapped Finnish zoo said on Friday it was preparing to return two giant pandas on loan from China as it could no longer afford their upkeep. The pandas, named Lumi and Pyry, were brought to Finland in January 2018, nine months after Chinese President Xi Jinping visited the Nordic country and signed a joint agreement on protecting the animals. Ahtari Zoo, a private company which had hoped the pandas would bring visitors to the central Finland location, said it had instead accumulated mounting debts as the pandemic curbed travel.
- Fox Weather
An arctic blast looming this weekend has the potential to be the most significant winter cooldown for the northern tier of the country since December.
- Akron Beacon Journal
People who went to bed early missed the bulletins at 9 p.m. Wednesday. They woke up to a screeching winter nightmare in 1978.