After 2020’s record-breaking hurricane season in the Atlantic Ocean, it would be nice to catch a weather break in 2021 — but hurricane activity is showing no signs of slowing down.
Since February and March, three volcanoes in three separate countries have released lava, including the Fagradalsfjall volcano in Iceland, Mount Etna in Italy and Pacaya in Guatemala.
NASA has found direct evidence that shows how humans are impacting and causing a change in Earth’s climate.
Japan’s famous cherry blossoms have reached their flowery peak in many places earlier this year than at any time since formal records started being kept nearly 70 years ago, with experts saying climate change is the likely cause.
Monday, March 22 marks the seven-year anniversary of the deadly Oso landslide, which killed 43 people in 2014.
Saturday will officially mark the first day of spring, and according to NOAA’s new U.S. Spring Outlook, the season may end up feeling more like summer.
Attorneys general from 21 states on Wednesday sued to overturn President Joe Biden’s cancellation of the contentious Keystone XL oil pipeline from Canada.
Wildlife officials in Washington state have said British Columbia and U.S. federal and state agencies will work together to track, trap and eradicate Asian giant hornets in the Pacific Northwest. The agencies will set out bottle traps for 22 consecutive weeks, from July to November. Trapping methods will be slightly different from last year
Researchers noticed something new when the J, K and L pods were all spotted in the Haro Strait on Tuesday morning: a new calf, L125!
The iconic cherry blossoms on the University of Washington campus will have to be viewed online again this year.
In looking at satellite images of the Sonoma and Mendocino coast going back to 1985, researchers from the University of California, Santa Cruz found the kelp forest declined by an average of 95% since 2013.
Maine’s Republican senator is working with a Democratic colleague to try to restore native plants in America’s national parks.
Feeling like your allergies have been getting worse the past few years? A new study suggests that climate change is making pollen seasons longer and more intense.
A fish hatchery in Washington state has said it will stop importing steelhead trout from the Columbia River and instead rely on native fish.
A massive iceberg, 20 times the size of Manhattan, broke off in the Antarctic according to the British Antarctic Survey.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is urging residents to leave their bird feeders down through the end of the month to stop an outbreak of salmonella among birds.
A Republican congressman has proposed removing four hydroelectric dams in the Northwest as part of a sweeping new plan to address the decades-long problem of how to save salmon populations without upending a system that provides power to millions of people.
Biden’s orders will pause new oil and gas leases on federal lands and waters and target fossil fuel subsidies.
Rejoining the Paris Climate Agreement was one of several moves President Joe Biden made in the first days of his administration to undo actions by former President Donald Trump.
A Washington report has found one of the state’s iconic fish is facing a threat to its existence as a result of climate change.