Two wildlife advocates groups have asked a federal court to restore protections for wolves after the Trump administration stripped them of their Endangered Species Act status.
The Michigan Attorney General's Office has charged nine people, including ex-Governor Rick Snyder, in a wide-reaching probe of the Flint Water Crisis. One of the case's prosecutors called it "one of the largest criminal investigations" in the world.
Enbridge, the oil and gas company that operates a pipeline under the Great Lakes has rejected a demand from Michigan to cease operating Line 5.
A hardy Midwestern bird that was once sought for its plumage as its habitat was decimated by dam-building, has seen its populations recover after being on the brink of extinction. The least tern is no longer listed on the endangered species list.
The COVID-19 pandemic caused greenhouse gas emissions in the United States to drop by 10.3% in 2020, according to preliminary data by the Rhodium Group.
A Flint business owner was charged with violating the Clean Waters Act after he allegedly dumped nearly 48 million gallons of waste from landfills into the city's wastewater system.
The eruption began late Sunday within the within Halema’uma’u crater.
The Trump administration has relaxed a regulation restricting water flow from showerheads, a pet peeve of President Donald Trump, who complained that he wanted more water to make his hair “perfect.”
A British coroner has ruled that excessive air pollution from traffic fumes contributed to the death of a 9-year-old girl who died of a fatal asthma attack.
The Michigan DNR completed its move of a historic shelter built on at Orchard Beach State Park after careful planning and almost 23 hours of tedious maneuvering.
New calculations show the world's carbon dioxide emissions plunged 7% in 2020 because of the pandemic lockdowns.
According to the provisional report, which is based on temperature data from January to October, 2011-2020 will be the warmest decade on record, with the warmest six years all occurring since 2015.
President-elect Joe Biden has picked climate-change older statesman John Kerry for a newly created role of climate envoy for national security.
Hunting in Michigan and around the country is spiking as many Americans are wary of being cooped at home because of COVID-19 and want to go elsewhere.
The deadlines for any households affected by a mid-Michigan dam collapse over the summer have until Nov. 18 and Nov. 30 to get the paperwork in for both of them.
The deadlines for any households affected by a mid-Michigan dam collapse over the summer have until Nov. 18 and Nov. 30 to get paperwork in for both of them.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources wants to increase concessions, camp stores, and other amenities at its state parks.
Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer has ordered Enbridge to cease operations of a pipeline that runs under the Straits of Mackinac, saying the state has terminated a deal that allowed the company to run oil through the pipeline.
Voters have passed Michigan Proposal 1, which deals with the Use of State and Local Park Funds Amendment.
The Trump administration has stripped the Endangered Species Act of protections for gray wolves in the U.S., ending longstanding federal safeguards of the animals.