Now that a proposal is on the table, some see it as a chance to create jobs and equalize the economy. But critics say it should laser focus on climate action.Read More
What happens when environmental laws and rules aren't enforced? When the environmental cops just aren't on the beat?Read More
A multiyear investigation by NPR and Frontline found that this decades-old problem is one federal regulators could have—but didn’t—address.Read More
It could include going 100% renewable energy and a federal jobs guarantee. Could this be a New Deal for a new generation?Read More
Trump’s ousted Interior Secretary leaves behind a legacy of rolling back federal lands to pursue the administration's agenda for energy development.Read More
It was the biggest climate conference since Paris. Here’s what you need to know.Read More
The latest regulatory rollback would eliminate federal protections for more than half of the nations wetlands and nearly a fifth of streams.Read More
The midterm election results are (mostly) in. And what that means for the environment is a mixed bag.Read More
More than 15 million registered voters who say they care about the environment didn’t turn out in the 2014 midterm election. Will they this year?Read More
We go deep inside the Trump administration's unraveling of environmental policy with New York Times investigative reporter Eric Lipton.Read More
Does a reckoning with some of the horrifying possibilities move us to action or complacency?Read More
What role to experts have to play in moving out of the lab and into the spotlight to defend the scientific process?Read More
Driven by ideology, the Trump administration has rushed to dismantle established protections while ignoring the rule of law. But the courts are keeping them in check.Read More
People of faith are joining the ranks of the People’s Climate Movement, which takes to the streets this weekend across the globe demanding action. One religious leader explains why climate change is becoming a top priority.Read More
Coal was the engine of the Industrial Revolution and employed nearly 1.2 million people in Britain at its height. But the UK surpassed 1000 hours without using coal to generate electricity this year - the longest streak since Thomas Edison opened the country’s first coal power station in 1882. How did they do it?Read More
What do we know about Judge Kavanaugh’s record on environmental cases? And what does a court without Kennedy mean for climate change?Read More
For months on end, Pruitt seemed to defy the laws of gravity at the EPA, maintaining his job through more than a dozen scandals. But Pruitt’s reign has come to an end. Why now? And, more importantly, what happens next?Read More
Nixon signed the Endangered Species Act in 1973 with broad bi-partisan support. Now, the landmark legislation is being targeted by industry, with support from the GOP. What happens next could determine the fate of hundreds of endangered species.
Earlier this month, Scott Pruitt gave a big gift to the chemical industry in the form of narrowing how the EPA will determine the health risks posed by chemicals. Is it a policy change that could prove deadly?
What do Scott Pruitt's early days in public life tell us about his beliefs and motivations as he sets about dismantling EPA regulations? And how does his faith shape his views on the environment?