Climate & Energy

come rain or shine

The California drought is on its way out, but deeper droughts lie ahead

Climate swings are only going to get worse.

Dumb and dumber

Coal-loving Wyoming legislators are pushing a bill to outlaw wind and solar.

Nine Republicans want to bar utilities from using electricity produced by large-scale renewable energy projects.

Breaking up is hard to do

Will this massive iceberg collapse soon? Get your bets in now.

An Irish bookmaker is offering 6-to-1 odds that an iceberg the size of Delaware will split off from the Larsen C Ice Shelf this month.

dumpster fire, meet hose

Here are three reasons the world didn’t completely suck this week.

Washington State blocks another oil terminal, Obama saves some bees, and Jane Fonda throws some maple-syrup shade.

Dodge City

Trump’s pick for CIA director tried to weasel out of questions on climate change.

New California Sen. Kamala Harris grilled Mike Pompeo about his climate views during a confirmation hearing. He didn't want to play ball.

Here’s a new way to fight the Dakota Access Pipeline

The pipeline now has to go through a thorough environmental study, and comments from citizens can affect the outcome.

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum

Even business titans are getting awfully worried about environmental threats.

A new report from the World Economic Forum says climate change is more risky than ever.

zinke or swim

What Trump’s Interior pick means for federal lands and national parks

Ryan Zinke will oversee 500 million acres, or 1/5 of the entire United States.

tough ag to crack

The exit interview: Ag Secretary Vilsack on Obama’s food legacy

The former Iowa governor argues Obama moved the needle on conservation, collaboration, and climate resiliency.