3 hrs ago | This is Lincolnshire
Environment Agency experts will spend the next five months taking water samples from all nine bathing beaches in Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire to check that they meet European bacteriological water quality standards.
7 hrs ago | CBC News
High winds from Hurricane Igor topple trees in St. John's in 2010. The Canadian Hurricane Centre said Friday that regardless of the number of hurricanes forecast for 2013, expected to be an "active" season, it responds to four or five tropical cyclone events each year.
11 hrs ago | Inside Bay Area
When Lipo Chanthanasak was honored last month by the White House for his environmental justice work, he felt he wasn't alone.
13 hrs ago | New Media Journal
The House voted 241-175 -- largely along party lines -- to pass legislation that would speed up the approval process for the Keystone XL pipeline, despite threats of a veto by President Barack Obama.
15 hrs ago | People's Daily Online
President Xi Jinping on Friday pledged that China will not sacrifice the environment for temporary economic growth.
17 hrs ago | The Daily Star
In this undated image released by the Marine Ice Automobile Expedition, two trucks used by the expedition members cross the North Pole.
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau says a proposed west-east pipeline project will not go forward unless it addresses key environmental concerns.
West Virginia poultry farmer Lois Alt didn't chicken out when the Environmental Protection Agency threatened her with fines of $40,000 per day, and even though the federal regulators eventually backed off, she's taking them on in a legal case that could benefit thousands of small farmers.
The temperature in the permafrost on Ellesmere Island in the Canadian high Arctic is nearly as cold as that of the surface of Mars.
In the US tornado alley warm moist air flows north from the Gulf of Mexico in the lower atmosphere and becomes unstable.
Gov. Jerry Brown is set to continue his climate change charge, joining scientists releasing a 20-page call to action on environmental problems including pollution, extinctions and population growth.
President Obama speaks at Ellicott Dredges in Baltimore on May 17. The trip followed a visit by the company's president to Capitol Hill to testify in support of the Keystone XL pipeline.
The discovery of dangerous levels of toxic cadmium in rice sold in the southern city of Guangzhou, the latest in a series of food scandals, has piled more pressure on China to clean up its food chain - possibly at the expense of Mao Zedong's cherished goal of self-sufficiency. A worker displays a handful of rice at a market in Hefei, Anhui province ... (more)
Special to Emmaus Patch by Brooke Zacker Picture paint in the landfill soaking down into a family's aquifer, then soaking into a family's well.
Was the F5 tornado in Moore, Oklahoma caused by global warming? Probably not. There hasn't been an increase in tornado activity in recent years.
Sen. Barbara Boxer took to the Senate floor and invoked the Oklahoma tornadoes in her speech on global warming.
Rising surface temperatures are just one manifestation. Melting Arctic sea ice is another.