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Climate change could be changing how we travel
Crowds flock to Wisconsin beach (yes, Wisconsin) to feast their eyes on flamingos
The American flamingos spotted in Port Washington, about 25 miles north of Milwaukee, marked the first sighting of the species in Wisconsin state history.
Biden plans to create New Deal-style American Climate Corps using executive order
The program is modeled after the Civilian Conservation Corps, created in the 1930s by President Franklin D. Roosevelt as part of the New Deal.
Thousands of crickets invade Texas, here's what we know
Black crickets are known to resurge when a summer drought is broken by heavy rainfall.
In a state used to hurricanes and flooding, Louisiana is battling an unprecedented wildfire season
Louisiana, typically one of the wettest states in the country, is on fire.
Tens of thousands march to kick off climate summit, demanding end to warming-causing fossil fuels
Protester said they were especially directing their efforts at many of the leaders of nations that cause the most heat-trapping carbon pollution.
Climate protesters around the world are calling for an end to fossils fuels as Earth heats up
The protests are taking place in dozens of countries and in hundreds of cities worldwide.
Biden's ruling on clean cars face a critical test as Republican-led challenges go to an appeals court
Transportation is the largest source of greenhouse gas emissions that contributes to global warming, and the case could make its way up to the Supreme Court.
Feds spread $1 billion for tree plantings among US cities to reduce extreme heat and benefit health
Some of the nation's largest cities will get some of the money, but so will many smaller communities looking to expand their green infrastructure.
Indigenous tribes urge federal officials to deny loan request for Superior, WI natural gas plant
Chippewa tribes across three states, including Minnesota, sent a letter to the U.S. Department of Agriculture Sunday asking them to deny the plant's request.
HOOKED ON EAST TEXAS: Lonestar Fishing teaches us how to get the bass to bite
Lonestar Fishing guide Brent Herbeck shares a few tips on how to make the bass bite and where to find them on Cedar Creek Lake.
Environmental Protection Agency delays new ozone pollution standards until after the 2024 election
The decision avoids an election year battle with industry groups and Republicans who have complained about what they consider overly intrusive EPA rules.
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