The U.S. market—and seafood processors’ freezers—are overflowing with cheap farm-raised imports.
Experts warn that increasingly high temperatures are "a clear consequence of the warming of the climate system."
Critics worry about leakage through rock layers, pipeline safety and the lackluster record of the technology onshore.
In a novelist’s alternative Texas, Al Gore became president and the War on Climate Change began. What could go wrong?
Conservationists are frustrated as cities contend with thousands of costly leaks as dry soil contracts, causing underground pipes to rupture.
Heat, drought and booming population growth have stressed the aquifers that supply millions of people.
Loneliness can be deadly amid worsening climate change.
Workers and activists implore Governor Greg Abbott to consider the dire need for protections in the record-breaking heat.
The policy has been denounced in lawsuits and petitions, but the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality denies that it exists.
“My brother would still be here if he just had a water break,” said Jasmine Granillo, who’s joining the call for OSHA to save workers from the Texas Legislature.