State politics matter, too. Now more than ever.
No, the president-elect's views on climate change have not shifted.
"The train to a global, clean energy future has already left the station."
It will take a combination of political, legal, and social pressure to reduce his damage to climate action and environmental protection.
Dakota Access protests grow in size and scope, especially in the face of a Trump era.
There are fewer non-climate change deniers than ever among Republican senators.
From oil execs in the Cabinet to scrapping air pollution regs, the Trump agenda is terrible. But can he do it all?
It will take time to fully process the damage Trump will do.
You might not recognize it from the media coverage, but the issue was critical throughout the campaign.