Mosquito numbers are at their highest in 20 years, increasing the risk of three mosquito-borne illnesses in October.
FEMA’s new flood insurance program kicks in Friday, but how the new system actually works is murky.
The main goal for homeowners going solar is clear: saving money on electric bills. But solar can come with complications.
Sen. Martin Looney said the Transportation Climate Initiative will not be on the agenda during a special session this fall.
Connecticut is not on track to meet its greenhouse gas emission goals — and transportation emissions are the main culprit.
State police found the trooper, who had been swept away from his cruiser by flood waters, early Thursday morning.
Over the next two years, some 2,400 sites in Connecticut will be inspected for possible contamination with PFAS chemicals.
There’s “good glass” and there’s “bad glass.”
Storm Henri offers a test of Connecticut’s new regulatory relationship with Eversource. The initials reviews are positive.
Legislative leaders want a tiny fraction of the state budget effectively dedicated for a probe of Connecticut Port Authority contracts.
The outdoors experience is aligned with the TheaterWorks production’s intention: to encourage the audience to care about the Earth.
Drone technology could be a new frontier for farmers by providing updates on plant health.
Living shorelines are becoming more common in Connecticut as erosion from storms and sea level rise threatens coastlines.
Farmers around the state are coping with extreme weather, multiple outcomes of climate change, and the unpredictability of the future.
Plan to burn about 2,500 tons of old coal at Hartford trash plant gets a rebuke from state regulators.