How To Make Your Wedding More Eco-FriendlyJune is peak time for weddings. Invitations, flowers and food are among the things that drive up the cost. But they also can increase a celebration's toll on the environment, and for many couples, that's a big concern.
Pharrell Williams Advocates For Greener Jobs, Climate Change ActionPharrell Williams' push for measures that prevent climate change is picking up more momentum as he asks leaders to create greener jobs and save the planet in a recent video.
Study Warns Megadroughts Could Devastate The American SouthwestScientists warn there is an 85 percent chance a drought lasting 35 years or more will plague the Southwest before the end of this century.
Environmentalists Lose Ally In Congress With Boxer RetiringEnvironmental advocates will lose an ally in Congress when Barbara Boxer leaves the Senate at the end of her term in 2016 after more than three decades in office.
Wolf-Like Animal Seen Roaming In Northern ArizonaAn animal resembling a gray wolf has been seen in the Kaibab National Forest. Biologists speculated it could be a wolf that came down from the Northern Rockies or a wolf-dog hybrid.
Study: Southwest Could Face Megadrought This CenturySouthern Nevada faces an 80 percent risk of a 10-year-long dry spell, warn researchers.
Petition Would Take Gold Butte From BLMAn environmental group has started a petition drive to make Nevada's pristine, 350,000 acre Gold Butte area a National Monument, putting it under Parks Service control and removing it from the Bureau of Land Management.
New Mexico: 500 Barrels Of Questionable Nuclear WasteMore than 500 barrels of waste from Los Alamos National Laboratory were packed with the kitty litter linked to a radiation release at the government's underground nuclear waste dump.
Climate Report: Southwest Faces Even Hotter, Drier ConditionsFarmers, residents will be dealing with droughts and heatwaves which will increase risk of wildfires throughout the region.
Nuke Dump Fire Was Preventable, Says ReportGovernment report says lack of equipment and training led to an underground fire at the nuclear waste dump in New Mexico.
New Mexico Residents Frustrated At Lack Of Nuke Dump Details People who live near the nation's only underground nuclear waste dump are demanding the government give them more information about a radiation leak.
New Mexico Nuclear Repository Monitored For RadiationOfficials say testing shows no danger to people or the environment.