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Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt didn’t start the case he says demonstrates his environmental record.Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt testified Wednesday at his confirmation hearing before the Senate Environment and Public Works Committ...

NASA's four-year-old Curiosity rover spent 2016 discovering new clues to Mars' history, including veins potentially from evaporated lakes and mineral deposits suggesting the planet once had oxygen. The craft spent the beginning of 2017 exam...

"If water rates continue rising at projected amounts, the number of US households unable to afford water could triple in five years, to nearly 36 percent." That's the conclusion from a study by Elizabeth Mack, an assistant geography professor at Mich...

How much can a koala bear? Not too much when it comes to the intense heat of an Australian summer, it seems. One particularly overheated koala has been filmed battling the weather by drinking straight from a hose, its little hand adorably wrapped aro...

Russian animator Alexey Zakharov (aka seccovan) created this lovely short animation of dewdrops, plants and insects. (more…)...

Desperate towns have turned to private equity firms to manage their waterworks. The deals bring much-needed upgrades, but can carry hefty price tags.

Desperate towns have turned to private equity firms to manage their waterworks. The deals bring much-needed upgrades, but can carry hefty price tags.