A Utah trade delegation of 64 people, including Gov. Cox, visited Israel to discuss drought solutions and innovations.
In the next 13 years, the state plans to move away from all fossil fuel-powered vehicles.
UVU’s upcoming conference, “Why it Matters” connects the United Nations with the farmsteads of Utah.
The Senate ratified the Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol, which tackles climate pollution from hydrofluorocarbons
Sept. 22 will mark the first day of the new season in 2022 and symbolizes different things in different traditions
Phragmites have only been around the Great Salt Lake for a few decades, but they cause a lot of problems.
Nearly 25,000 acres of public land in Utah will get fuels treatment to help reduce the risk of wildfires thanks to an infusion of $5.5 million.
On average, Tesla cars have 176 mechanical faults per 100, higher than the industry average of 121
Our congressmen and their challengers will be speaking on climate change this month
Summers will keep getting hotter unless we act on climate change
On Wednesday, a group of yoga teachers and students signed an open letter calling out the Canada-based brand for not being environmentally conscious despite its mission of sustainability
This move falls in line with Yvon Chouinard’s longstanding commitment to protecting the environment
What if we could be using our water twice as efficiently? When you shower, you could also be watering your garden — here’s how.
As the West continues to cope with a historic drought and a windy summer, here’s what you need to know about wildfires.
Salt Lake City’s landscaping rules may receive an adjustment to help align with newer city goals, such as water conservation.
Outdoor gear, lotions and even eye drops have PFAs
Fires, heat, flooding or drought — if you live in the U.S., chances are one of these climate-fueled weather events is impacting your life.
Utah is blanketed under an healthy swath of wildfire smoke from states to the north, but cooler air is upon us.
The now-president of the Utah Inland Port Authority said Wednesday he will retire at the end of October.
The surge toward renewable energy is threatening the reliability of power in America
UDOT’s recommendation was the result of years of deliberation over how to improve transportation up Little Cottonwood Canyon.
GreenPower Motor Company Inc. has coordinated with West Virginia officials to bring zero-emissions, fully electric school buses to school districts.
California officials state that the work is not yet done, as temperatures are expected to climb even higher this week
The woman, whose name was not released, was snorkeling off the coast of Nassau in Green Cay.
Temperatures expected to drop to seasonal averages — and and there is a chance the state could see rain next week.
Extreme heat ravaged California over the weekend, causing concerns of blackouts, death, and the effects of the drought. But the heat isn’t over yet — here’s what you need to know
California’s energy grid is in trouble with intense heat wave.
Farmer’s Almanac, Old Farmer’s Almanac and the Climate Prediction Center tell very different stories of what’s to come.
Utah is in a drought and there is a water-use hierarchy that has been the deciding factor of your city’s water-use restrictions.
Research shows hot classrooms can have negative impacts on learning, but convincing voters air conditioning schools is necessary can be a heavy lift
The case brings a warning for residents to stay vigilant against mosquitoes.
Utah Clean Energy is planning on moving to a ‘net-zero’ building down town as they grow out of their current home
In a series of surveys in 2020, nearly one-fourth of respondents said water quality and quantity were their top priorities for the future of Jordan River.
If funded, the gondola B option will take skiers and snowboarders from the La Caille base station located along Wasatch Boulevard up to Snowbird and Alta.
By reducing energy consumption, citizens can reduce grid strain
Officials are warning people to stay safe and conserve energy to avoid grid interruptions.
Jackson’s water treatment facility is failing, leaving about 180,000 residents without water