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EPA enforcement office may be next on the Trump team’s hit list

The move would impair the agency's ability to enforce laws for clean air and water.

Protests erupted across the nation in an 11th-hour effort to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Emergency rallies were held Wednesday in at least 53 cities. Check out photos and video.

It’s official: The city of Seattle is divesting from Wells Fargo.

The city council voted unanimously to remove $3 billion from the bank in part because it is funding the Dakota Access Pipeline.

The Dakota Access Pipeline just got its final green light.

The grim announcement effectively squashes the pipeline's last two major obstacles.

awkward position

Most Trump voters actually support climate action.

That’s the takeaway from a post-election survey. If only Trump and his cabinet agreed.

Republic of Empiricism

Scientists aren’t just marching, they’re running for office.

Scientists have long sought to distance themselves from politics. Looks like that's starting to change, thanks to Trump.

on the rocks

The terrible, horrible, no good, very bad Arctic winter is about to get worse

Arctic sea ice is already at a record low. An oncoming storm will cause even more melt.

High on our own supply

Why is California building fossil-fuel power plants it doesn’t need?

An L.A. Times investigation reveals that utilities are picking the pockets of the poor and hurting California's climate efforts.

The plan to make the EPA “great again” isn’t so great for science

Lamar Smith, chair of the House Science Committee, intends to do anything but.