Environmental Science

Sea otters rebound but struggle to regain historic range

May 17, 2018

Experts are struggling to restore the U.S. West Coast's southern sea otters to their historic range.

Emissions of banned ozone-eating chemical somehow are rising

May 16, 2018

Emissions are somehow rising of a banned chemical that eats away at Earth's protective ozone layer, surprising scientists

Program that studies Lake Champlain qualifies for up to $1M

May 5, 2018

Two decades after the diminutive Lake Champlain was ridiculed for its brief listing in federal law as one of the Great Lakes, a program that studies the lake has won a designation that could more than double its government funding

Scientists hope bug experiment fattens Colorado River fish

Apr 30, 2018

Scientists are hoping an experiment to release low, steady flows of water from a dam on the Arizona-Utah border will give struggling fish in a prized fishery more to eat

America's air isn't getting cleaner as fast as it used to

Apr 30, 2018

A new study finds that levels of a key ingredient in smog aren't falling as fast as they used to in the United States and may be leveling off

EPA chief signs proposal limiting science used in decisions

Apr 24, 2018

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt has signed a proposed rule that seeks to restrict the types of scientific studies that regulators can use to determine the impact of pesticide and pollution exposure on human health

Study: Global warming is weakening key ocean circulation

Apr 11, 2018

A new study says that important Atlantic Ocean circulation is weakening to record slow speeds due to global warming

AP FACT CHECK: Science contradicts EPA warming memo

Mar 29, 2018

AP FACT CHECK: EPA talking points memo playing down global warming doesn't fit with what scientists say is real

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

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