Rescue crews used a helicopter to save a woman who was trapped clinging to a tree above rapidly rising water in Laguna Hills.
- The Weather Network
Extreme weather triggered additional methane release, while the atmosphere lost some of its ability to break down the heat-trapping gas.
Environmentalists say the Brazilian navy's plan to abandon a massive aircraft carrier is a disaster for marine life.
- USA TODAY
A spitting cobra sizing up more than a half-dozen smooth-coated otters who surround it at a Singapore park was caught on video by Jocelyn Chng.
- The Desert Sun
A day after six Western states targeted California in a federal proposal, the state said its strategy could also achieve deep cuts, but in a fair way
- Miami Herald
It was a 2,000-pound male, officials say.
A Chinese vlogger was fined 125,000 yuan (approximately $18,500) for cooking and eating an endangered baby great white shark during a livestream. In the video clip uploaded last year, the influencer, identified by officials as Jin and known as Tizi in her videos, can be seen cutting up the 6.6-foot shark and boiling it with various spices. The viral video was met with backlash, with viewers doubting that the shark was bought legally.
I've driven impressive electric vehicles from Tesla, Kia, Ford, and more. But I'm not ready to shell out for one just yet.
- Canary Media
This story was originally published by Energy News Network . A Minnesota gas utility says it is successfully blending "green" hydrogen into its natural-gas pipeline system in one of the first such tests in the country.
A recent study from the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate found large amounts of valuable metals and minerals on the seabed of the country’s continental shelf, Reuters reported. The rare earth metals, copper, and other materials would be a boon to Europe’s ability to produce energy transition technologies, but environmentalists are worried about the potential impacts of mining in the area.
- Star News
As North Carolina's weather warms due to climate change, armadillos are moving into more parts of the Tar Heel State.
- Associated Press
Snowpacks in the Sierra Nevada Mountains have swelled to more than 200 percent their normal size, and snowfall across the rest of the Colorado River Basin is trending above average, too. While the much-needed water has improved conditions in the parched West, experts warn against claiming victory. “The drought is so critical that this recent rainfall is a little like finding a $20 bill when you’ve lost your job and you’re being evicted from your house,” said Rhett Larson, an Arizona State University professor of water law.
- The Columbus Dispatch
In publication since 1818, the Farmers' Almanac is predicting a "soggy, shivery spring ahead" for much of the country.
- The News-Press
Red tide is back: Water samples showed "alert" levels at Blind Pass and Gasparilla Island State Park, according to DOH.
- LA Times
In Mexico, where the shrinking Colorado River no longer flows to the sea, some are calling for a "water revolution."
- The Hill
The implementation of “clean heating” policies has dramatically improved air quality in northern China — likely preventing about 23,000 premature deaths last year alone, a new study has found. Concentrations of fine particulate matter (PM 2.5) from heating activities dropped by 41.3 percent from 2015 to 2021 in Beijing and 27 other surrounding cities, according to…
- The Bergen Record
Did you know comets come in colors? A green one is paying us a call right now. Here's how to view it.
- The Burlington Free Press
You may need to change your weekend plans. Dangerously cold temperatures are on the way and windchills could be 40 degrees below zero for much of Vermont.
- Live Science
The island was destroyed by the same volcano that formed it seven years before.
- Associated Press
Six Western states that rely on water from the Colorado River have agreed on a model to dramatically cut water use in the basin, months after the federal government called for action and an initial deadline passed. California — with the largest allocation of water from the river — is the lone holdout. States missed a mid-August deadline to heed the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation's call to propose ways to conserve 2 million to 4 million acre feet of water.
From how much you need to drive one home to how much it will require to keep on the road, here’s everything you need to know about what it will cost you to own and drive an EV.