The tree plantings will focus on marginalized areas in all 50 states as well as Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and some tribal nations.
The city of Dallas says a leak that flooded a wooded area in the southern part of the city is now fixed. But there are still questions about how long the leak lasted and how much water was wasted.
Video from NOAA shows the vessel’s remotely operated arm carefully "tickle" the object before picking it up and sucking it into a vacuum-like tube.
NASA has shared this week the first images from TEMPO, the agency’s first space-based instrument designed to continuously measure air quality over North America, and do so with the resolution of a few square miles.
The calendar says autumn begins on Sept. 22, but 'climatological' or 'meteorological' fall starts 3 weeks earlier.
The city of Dallas began the process to remove 40,000 cubic yards of contaminated soil at the site in Southern Dallas formerly known as "Shingle Mountain."
The Environmental Protection Agency is warning people not to fish in Duck Creek or the East Fork Trinity River because of possible contamination.
The city of Garland said cleanup from the Sherwin-Williams plant explosion earlier this week is expected to take several weeks.
Millions of gallons of water meant for Dallas Water Utilities customers for drinking, bathing, and cooking ended up wasted, essentially becoming a swamp. The city said it's due to a leak that had been ongoing since at least October.
Summers like this one remind us just how precious water is. But providers in North Texas are battling not just high heat but a lot of people moving here.
August is the coldest winter month at the arctic station Vostok, when temperatures average nearly 92 degrees below zero.
Another month of record-breaking heat has brought the world into uncharted territory, scientists say.
The research team concluded that the specimen was potentially the oldest mosasaur ever found.
Slime molds are a collection of single-celled organisms that move together in search of nutrients. They eat bacteria and appear on dead and decaying logs in Glacier Bay's Alaskan rainforest ecosystem during the summer.
The planet’s temperature spiked on Tuesday to its hottest day in at least 44 years and likely much longer.
The material is expected to prolong the life of the lot from about 10 years to 20 years, while also reducing maintenance and keep plastics out of landfills.
Numerous tank cars were partially submerged in the river early Saturday, with an Associated Press reporter witnessing a yellow liquid pouring out of tank cars.
The city of Colleyville denied a developer's request to build a housing development on 14 acres of Cross Timbers Forest. The decision came after the mayor and city council received hundreds of letters in opposition to the plan.
The exact cause of the leak is still unknown at this time.
The Environmental Protection Agency is assisting state and local authorities to locate the source of a gas leak hours after it was initially reported Friday afternoon.