In Yellowstone National Park, they’re shooting wolves with paintballs to keep them from getting habituated to humans.
A lottery for a shot at culling the bison herd at Grand Canyon National Park draws more than 45,000 applicants.
South Africa will ban captive breeding of lions for canned hunts, petting zoos, and sale of their bones.
Nine months after a fire burned portions of Sequoia National Park, a giant sequoia that caught fire then is still smoldering.
Hicksville, New York, debuts the nation’s first electric fire truck.
California condors 589 and 569 are the proud parents to a chick, 1078, hatched in the wild at Pinnacles National Park. In Tehachapi, California, 15 condors trash a lady’s deck.
The EPA proposes major restrictions on hydrofluorocarbons, a class of very damaging greenhouse gases widely used in refrigeration.
The US birth rate drops for the sixth straight year.
NOAA revises upward its definition of “normal” temperatures. Fairbanks, Alaska, is no longer considered “sub-arctic” but “warm summer continental.”
CEOs from Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, and Wells Fargo say they will not stop funding carbon-intensive businesses.
Warren Buffett helps defeat a shareholder resolution that Berkshire Hathaway inform investors about the risks it faces from climate change, saying people will “adapt.”
Two former officials with Trump’s Department of Energy join Berkshire Hathaway Energy.
Large numbers of monarch butterflies are overwintering and breeding in the San Francisco Bay Area, a possible indication that they are adapting to the changing climate.
A US Fish and Wildlife crew monitoring the health of the Detroit River catch (and release) a six-foot-10, 240-pound sturgeon, one of the largest ever caught.
A Durango, Colorado, woman walking her dogs is killed and partially consumed in a rare bear attack.
The European Union okays the sale of mealworms for human consumption, declaring the dried larvae of the Tenebrio molitor beetle to be “healthy and highly nutritious.”
On Saturday, April 24, California hits 95 percent renewable energy.
Leaked documents show how the gas industry secretly fights the growing movement for building electrification. One tactic: “Take advantage of power-outage fear.”
Montana passes the nation’s most extreme law criminalizing those protesting fossil fuel infrastructure.
New York’s Indian Point nuclear power plant ceases operation after 59 years.
The Biden administration cancels any remaining military-funded portions of the border wall.
Rangers in Death Valley National Park discover an illegal 40-acre marijuana grow in Jail Canyon.