Climate & Energy

Native Americans marched on Washington for their rights — civil, treaty, and human.

The Native Nations Rise march was the latest mobilization in the years-long battle against the Dakota Access Pipeline.

We’re 50 days into the Trump presidency, and he’s already made quite the mess

Draconian budget cuts. Evisceration of the EPA. More denier dolts in the cabinet. The eco-carnage just keeps on coming.

Peak foiled

There’s a lot more oil to keep in the ground all of a sudden.

An oil company just made the largest onshore oil discovery in the U.S. in 30 years: 1.2 billion barrels beneath Alaska’s North Slope.

Office of environmental injustice

One of the most important figures in environmental justice just quit Trump’s EPA.

In his letter of resignation, Mustafa Ali asked Pruitt to value the lives of poor and non-white people.

Good Will Huntsman

Trump just picked an ambassador to Russia who (gasp!) cares about climate change.

Jon Huntsman has called on his fellow Republicans to believe scientists and start dealing with global warming.

EPA head says CO2 is not a primary contributor to global warming

That contradicts decades of science.

twice as nice

Do we really need to double food production by 2050? Actually … no.

What we need is a new food system that keeps people fed and ecosystems healthy.

Oil could flow through the Dakota Access Pipeline as early as next week.

Meanwhile in Washington D.C., indigenous people from across the country and their allies are gathering for the Native Nations March.

“Science” is no longer part of the EPA science office’s mission

Its website change signals a shift in the agency's direction.