A program is designed to get more people using renewable energy, all while putting money back into your pocket. WBZ-TV's Sarah Wroblewski reports.
- Miami Herald
“This species often hisses very loudly when disturbed.”
- The Daily Beast
Michael Loccisano/Getty ImagesSmokey Bear is supposed to communicate an important message about wildfire safety. But viewers were talking about his balloon at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade for a totally different reason this year: his looming, brawny, unsettling hotness.As the giant floating bear floated over the streets of New York City Thursday, spectators took to social media to ask why the iconic shirtless character had been made to look unusually swole this year with particularly bulgi
- The Daily Beast
National Park ServiceZion National Park is one of the country’s, if not the world’s, natural wonders. In Eastern Utah, the park is the 10th most visited national park according to the National Park Service (NPS), and throughout the pandemic continually struggled with overcrowding, with many hikers flooding in to cram themselves onto one hiking trail in particular: the Narrows.The Narrows, aptly named, is the narrowest part of Zion Canyon. Hiking through it involves sloshing through the Virgin Ri
(Bloomberg) -- A group of children and young adults including Greta Thunberg have filed a class action lawsuit against the Swedish state for failing to take adequate measures to stop climate change. Most Read from BloombergTiantian Kullander, Co-Founder of Crypto Firm Amber, Dies at 30A Rival’s Misstep Helped Anwar Finally Land Malaysia’s Top JobAdobe Sees Up to $9.2 Billion in E-Commerce: Black Friday UpdateUS Bans Huawei, ZTE Telecom Equipment on Data-Security RiskUS Shoppers Kick Off Holiday
The "bin chicken" has figured out how to eat one of the few animals locals hate more - cane toads.
- Insider Monkey
In this article, we shall discuss the top green hydrogen companies in the world. To skip our detailed analysis of the green hydrogen and clean energy sector in 2022, go directly and see Top 5 Green Hydrogen Companies In The World. According to a report by McKinsey and Company, the combustion of fossil fuels currently […]
Electric vehicles, or EVs, are a trending topic. Governments worldwide, including those in the U.S., Norway and China, have created policies to speed the transition from vehicles that burn fossil...
- Erie Times News
The Pennsylvania Game Commission has inspected 2,465 bears killed by hunters this fall in a variety of seasons. An extended season opens Nov. 26
A horse wades through a sea of plastic bottles, tin cans and green sludge that fills El Salvador's largest freshwater lake, stark images showing how a key drinking water source goes neglected even as global environmental concerns are on the rise. Known locally as Suchitlan, meaning "place of flowers" in the indigenous Nahuatl language, the Cerron Grande reservoir's ecosystem is home to native fish, waterbirds and mammals such as cougars and ocelots. A protected site on paper, in reality it is one of Central America's most polluted bodies of water.
The Global Methane Pledge could be our only realistic chance to slow down climate change within a few years–but time is already running out
Methane is responsible for a third of the increase in global temperatures since pre-industrial times. Here's how cow feed and space lasers can help.
- Statesman Journal
A winter storm watch for heavy snow and high winds has been issued for Oregon mountain passes late this weekend.
Expect very poor pass travel, and folks headed to the Apple Cup should be aware that getting back from Pullman on Saturday night or all day Sunday could be very difficult indeed.
The manufacturing of equipment for clean energy is moving back to the U.S. What’s behind it—and which companies stand to benefit.
- Business Insider
Electric-vehicle charging stations could use as much power as a small town by 2035 — and the grid isn't ready
A boom in sales of electric cars and trucks in the coming decades will require major upgrades to charging infrastructure in the US, a new study says.
Persistent supply chain issues, climate change and the Russia-Ukraine war are just some of the reasons why food shortages will likely continue in 2023. See: 10 Best Costco Appetizers & Finger...
- LA Times
Increased groundwater demand and less precipitation because of drought have forever altered the state, but several sectors will be hit especially hard.
(Bloomberg) -- The American outbreak of avian influenza is officially the worst on record with 50.54 million dead birds, according to the US Department of Agriculture.Most Read from BloombergTiantian Kullander, Co-Founder of Crypto Firm Amber, Dies at 30A Rival’s Misstep Helped Anwar Finally Land Malaysia’s Top JobAdobe Sees Up to $9.2 Billion in E-Commerce: Black Friday UpdateUS Bans Huawei, ZTE Telecom Equipment on Data-Security RiskUS Shoppers Kick Off Holiday Season With a Muted Black Friday
- Los Angeles Times Opinion
The federal government is subsidizing rooftop solar. The state wants more of it. So why is the CPUC being so responsive to private utilities?
- The Hill
Climate activist Greta Thunberg joined hundreds of other youth activists in Stockholm on Friday to file a lawsuit against the Swedish government over its alleged inaction on climate change. “Today on Black Friday is the perfect day to sue the state over its insufficient climate policies,” Thunberg said on Twitter. “So that’s what we did.…
- The News-Press
A cold front is expected to move across the state Sunday and into Monday, bringing a chance for light rain to some locations.