At the Bonn Climate Talks, Many Americans Are Desperately Separating Themselves From Trump
Without federal support, climate action is on cities and states. They’re trying.
Ending the “War on Coal” Could Cause a Public Health CrisisThe Trump administration doesn’t seem to care.
Instead of Fighting Sea Level Rise, This Town Is Embracing ItFive years after Hurricane Sandy, Staten Island’s Tottenville community is trying something different.
Nearly Half of Puerto Rico Doesn’t Have Clean Drinking WaterAnd like the electrical grid, it might not be fixed for months.
Meteorologists Have Never Seen a Storm Like IrmaIt’s moving toward Florida with unprecedented strength.
Trump Isn’t Ready for HarveyThe hurricane could bring unprecedented flooding to Texas. The president’s administration may not be prepared to handle it.
Emails Show USDA Staffers Discouraged From Using the Term Climate ChangeThe changes were announced soon after Trump’s inauguration.
Scott Pruitt Picked the Wrong Coal Mine for His Pro-Coal SpeechThe owners of the mine have been trying to get out of the coal business for years.
Oil Will Run Through the Dakota Access Pipeline This WeekThe courts seem to be replying to the Sioux’s continued religious concerns by questioning whether the tribe really believes in its own faith.
Ryan Zinke Is Having a Blast as Interior SecretaryHe’s happily spent his first week riding a horse to work and decorating his office. Oh, and obliterating important regulations.
The Republican Plan to Kill FEMA Might Have an UpsideIf states are held responsible for disaster costs, they might be more inclined to start taking climate change seriously.
Acting Army Secretary Clears the Way for Dakota Access PipelineThe Standing Rock Sioux tribe is already plotting how they can legally block the move.
When a Hurricane Takes Your HomeIn one community in Staten Island, rather than rebuild, residents have ceded their former neighborhood to nature.
Wildfires Don’t Just Burn Things Down. Their Smoke Is Creating a Public Health Crisis.In the new “Smoke Belt,” it’s raining ash and respiratory illnesses.
Hurricane Maria Devastates Puerto RicoThe forecast predicted it would be “the most destructive hurricane in Puerto Rico history.” The experience seems to confirm that.
Yes, There’s Another Hurricane Coming After IrmaJose isn’t as big, and Irma’s tail winds might calm it further.
Could Houston Have Engineered Its Way Around a Harvey-Size Storm?A close analysis of what the dams were supposed to do.
Trump’s Infrastructure Plan Is That Infrastructure Can Now Ignore Climate ChangeBuild whatever you want, rising seas be damned is basically the plan and the reasoning.
Climate Change Will Also Exacerbate Wealth InequalityNew data make stunning predictions about how climate change will affect specific regions of the United States.
Most Presidents Expand Public Lands. Trump Wants to Limit Them.Coincidentally, his plans might also be illegal.
Liberals, Stop Praising the Brands Knocking TrumpCorporations always do what is best for corporations.
Pruitt Perpetrates GOP Lie About Climate ChangeIn an interview this morning, he made comments that do not reflect reality.
Trump’s EPA Plans Are “Just Racist.”He’s not only cutting essential services, but the environmental justice program is on the table.
Trump’s Muslim Ban Also Hurts Scientific ResearchOne in six U.S. scientists is an immigrant, and the ban will affect many of them.
Climate Science Deserves a Nobel Prize, TooIt may not have the wow factor of other sciences, but the goals are equally noble.