White House, tribal leaders hail 'historic' deal to restore salmon runs in Pacific Northwest

The Biden administration, leaders of four Columbia River Basin tribes and the governors of Oregon and Washington have signed papers formally launching a $1 billion plan to help recover depleted salmon populations in the Pacific Northwest

Scandinavian storm tears the roof off a train station and leaves ferries idle but no one hurt

Strong winds tore the roof off the main train station in Goteborg Friday, causing no injuries but knocking out power and stopping all rail traffic in and out of Sweden’s second largest city

Wind farm off the Massachusetts coast begins delivering steady flow of power

Officials with Massachusetts and Vineyard Wind say the wind farm under construction off the state’s coast has begun delivering energy to the power grid from five of its planned 62 wind turbines

EPA approves year-round sales of higher ethanol blend in 8 Midwest states

Drivers in eight Midwestern states will be able to fuel up with a higher blend of ethanol throughout the year under a ruled finalized by the Environmental Protection Agency

A stray whale died in Osaka Bay, raising questions about the cause and the cost of disposal

A whale as long as a train car that died after straying into a port in Osaka last month is set to be buried until it naturally becomes a skeletal specimen for a local museum

Hyundai's Supernal and Embraer-backed Eve Air Mobility see future in electric-powered air taxis

As the aviation sector seeks ways to make air travel less polluting and more sustainable, aerospace company Embraer and South Korean automaker Hyundai are among the companies betting on a new form of air travel -– air taxis

Hyundai's Supernal and Embraer-backed Eve Air Mobility see future in electric-powered air taxis

As the aviation sector seeks ways to make air travel less polluting and more sustainable, aerospace company Embraer and South Korean automaker Hyundai are among the companies betting on a new form of air travel -– air taxis

China plans to send San Diego Zoo more pandas this year, reigniting its panda diplomacy

China is planning to send a new pair of giant pandas to the San Diego Zoo after nearly all the iconic bears in the U.S. were returned to the Asian country in recent years

California's rainy season is here. What does it mean for water supply?

California's rainy season got off to a slow start but gained momentum with storms that have unleashed flooding and mudslides

Hyundai's Supernal and Embraer-backed Eve Air Mobility see future in electric-powered air taxis

As the aviation sector seeks ways to make air travel less polluting and more sustainable, aerospace company Embraer and South Korean automaker Hyundai are among the companies betting on a new form of air travel -– air taxis

India seeks to boost rooftop solar, especially for its remote areas

India is renewing its push to add rooftop solar to meet the needs of a fast-growing nation that's hungry for energy

India seeks to boost rooftop solar, especially for its remote areas

India is renewing its push to add rooftop solar to meet the needs of a fast-growing nation that's hungry for energy

Court lifts moratorium on federal coal sales in a setback for Dems and environmentalists

A U.S. appeals court has struck down a moratorium on coal leasing from federal lands

Supreme Court seems skeptical of EPA's 'good neighbor' rule on power plant pollution

The Supreme Court’s conservative majority appears skeptical of the federal government’s argument that the Environmental Protection Agency should be allowed to continue enforcing its anti-air-pollution rule in 11 states

Another executive with Japan's top refiner is fired for sexual harassment as #MeToo awareness grows

The head of a renewable energy subsidiary of Japan’s top refiner, Eneos Holdings, has been fired for sexual harassment as awareness of the #MeToo movement grows in the country

Another executive with Japan's top refiner is fired for sexual harassment as #MeToo awareness grows

The head of a renewable energy subsidiary of Japan’s top refiner, Eneos Holdings, has been fired for sexual harassment as awareness of the #MeToo movement grows in the country

Heavy snow hits north and central China, disrupting traffic and canceling classes

Heavy snow has blanketed northern and central China, disrupting traffic and forcing schools to cancel classes

AP PHOTOS: In Teahupo'o, Tahiti, coastal village life thrives among powerful waves

In Teahupo'o, the ocean is the heart of village life. Boats bob in the lagoon in the south of Tahiti at sunrise before fishers start their day. Many set out early with poles or spears to catch fish gliding among the corals — fresh food for...

Trinidad hires foreign experts to help contain oil spill and remove capsized barge

The government of Trinidad and Tobago says it is partnering with international experts to remove the wreckage of a barge that capsized in nearby waters and caused a major oil spill

Trinidad hires foreign experts to help contain oil spill and remove capsized barge

The government of Trinidad and Tobago says it is partnering with international experts to remove the wreckage of a barge that capsized in nearby waters and caused a major oil spill

Global Citizen plans conference to team young people with world leaders like World Bank's Ajay Banga

International advocacy organization Global Citizen is turning to Gen Z and millennial leaders in its fight to reach the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals and end extreme poverty