The 108-meter tall structure was built to replace the aging concrete sarcophagus that has contained the world’s worst nuclear plant disaster for over 30 years.
For decades, families had little choice but to use kerosene. Now they’re swapping solar electricity.
The Obama Administration recently restricted all offshore Arctic drilling till at least 2022, but some scientists think it should never happen.
He's already promised to cut regulations on coal and shale right after he takes office.
The "water protectors" fighting the NDPL project vow to stay in spite of legal pressures and frigid North Dakota temperatures.
St. Petersburg’s location on the western coast of Florida makes residents aware daily of the impacts of climate change.
With all eyes turned to the Dakota Access Pipeline, three oil and gas projects have been making steady headway.
Young scientists and researchers are calling on Ottawa to overhaul how environmental assessments are done.
Trump’s list of options for cabinet positions include climate change skeptics, establishment GOP, and some surprises.
It’s going to be a new era for the environment and environmental journalism.