Nashville’s actual temperatures and the heat index reached about 95 and 105 degrees, respectively, amid this year’s first heat advisories, all coming in the last week. Still, that didn’t keep locals and tourists from visiting some of the city’s most popular outdoor attractions Thursday.
The Biden Administration announced last year the goal of eliminating carbon emissions from the electricity sector by 2035.
A green-tailed towhee — not seen in Tennessee since 1957 — has been drawing birdwatchers to a backyard in East Nashville all week.
Tennessee’s electric utility is starting the long process that could eventually lead to closure of its most-polluting coal plant.
Davidson County’s Solid Waste Board won’t let a construction and demolition landfill expand in Bordeaux. Residents of the historically Black Bordeaux area raised concerns about their health, home resale value and quality of life.
A former Nashville zookeeper has organized the first-ever Black Birders Week, an online celebration of African-American bird watchers. But supporters took to social media after a group of Tennessee nature lovers initially declined to promote the event.
Something has turned the water bright red this year in one of the wetlands within Shelby Bottoms in East Nashville. It has caused photos and discussions to pop up across social media.
Wildlife officials are employing a growing number of tools in the war against invasive Asian carp, including electrofishing.
Wildlife officials are employing a growing number of tools in the war against invasive Asian carp, including electrofishing. Workers with the Kentucky…
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