Delta said the money would go into things such as boosting fuel efficiency and investing in efforts to remove carbon from the atmosphere by planting trees and restoring wetlands.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos said Monday that he plans to spend $10 billion of his own fortune to help fight climate change.
Last month was the hottest January since scientists began keeping temperature records in 1880, U.S. government forecasters said Thursday.
A recent study warned that the nearly 2,000 species of fireflies in existence could soon face extinction from a variety of threats including habitat loss, pesticide use and light pollution.
NOAA scientists have also projected that 2020 is likely to rank among the five warmest years on record.
Scientists watched as a huge iceberg broke off from an Antarctic glacier, seen in footage released by the British Antarctic Survey.
A World Meteorological Organization spokeswoman said the Esperanza base recorded 64.9 Fahrenheit on Thursday — topping the former record of 63.5 degrees tallied in March 2015.
Moongazers will get a chance to see February’s first full moon known as the "snow moon." It'll reach "peak fullness" on Sunday.
The deals are expected to aid local water quality, support wildlife habitat and improve access to recreation
The deal would block exploratory oil drilling in part of the Everglades.
The 17-year-old has encouraged students to skip school to join protests demanding faster action on climate change.
A Royal Caribbean captain and his crew members helped clean up the beach in Brevard County.
In an effort to reduce waste at Sunday’s Super Bowl, Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium is ditching plastic cups.
The issue stems from a decision by Key West to ban the sale of certain sunscreens that contain chemicals that are harmful to coral reefs.
General Motors announced plans for a Hummer EV to be built in Michigan at the Detroit-Hamtramck plant, with a sneak peek of the vehicle air in a Super Bowl commercial.
This second earthquake happened about 32.9 miles southeast of East End, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. It was about 6 miles deep.
The Florida Senate is poised to approve legislation aimed at preventing local governments from banning the sale of certain types of sunscreen, fast-tracking a proposal that did not pass the Legislature last year.
Hundreds of mangroves were cut down illegally in Wilbur-By-The-Sea. The state about 500 were cut, in violation of the law.
Gruters warned the bill as initially proposed “would be a massive tax increase on the public.”