Environmental Science

Court as class: Judge gets climate change lesson in oil suit

Mar 21, 2018

Researchers have taught a U.S. judge the basic science of climate change at an unusual court hearing tied to lawsuits accusing big oil companies of lying about the role of fossil fuels in global warming

The Latest: Chevron lawyer: No debate about climate science

Mar 21, 2018

An attorney for oil giant Chevron says the company does not dispute the findings of an international panel of scientists that it is extremely likely humans are the dominant cause of global warming since the mid-1900s

Trump candidate for UN migration agency: Judge my actions

Mar 19, 2018

President Donald Trump's nominee to head the U.N. migration agency acknowledges a controversy over his social media posts about Muslims and other topics, but insists "retweets are not endorsements" and says he wants to be judged on his actions

Snow science: Crystal clues to climate change, watersheds

Mar 16, 2018

Science of snow: Researchers say tiny crystals could help unlock secrets to climate change, watersheds

Study: Hunger trumps fear for mountain lions near homes

Mar 14, 2018

A study by a Colorado university found that although mountain lions normally avoid human contact, they are willing to push past their fear when they are hungry

Trump: Gut funding for climate science, boost fossil fuels

Feb 13, 2018

The Trump administration is targeting federal funding for studying and tracking climate change while boosting the continued burning of planet-warming fossil fuels

Satellites show warming is accelerating sea level rise

Feb 12, 2018

New satellite research shows global warming is making seas rise at an ever increasing rate

Valentine condom campaign urges lovers to think of animals

Feb 9, 2018

An environmental group wants couples to think of wild animals before acting like them this Valentine's Day

AP FACT CHECK: EPA chief sees good in warming, experts don't

Feb 7, 2018

AP FACT CHECK: Head of EPA says global warming not necessarily bad, but scientists, government reports say it is dangerous

Water forecast is bleak for major reservoir in Southwest US

Feb 7, 2018

Forecasters say one of the most important reservoirs in the southwestern U.S. will likely collect less than half the normal amount of spring runoff this year because of a dry winter in much of the region

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