Climate Desk explores who gets to define the truth about climate change in the digital age.
A reader wonders how to protect herself from the summer rays without slathering herself in toxic goo. Umbra has her covered.
Climate change has accelerated the normal process of erosion along Alaska's rivers and coasts.
Residents of Newtok, Alaska, know they must evacuate, but who will pay the $130 million cost of moving them?
Environmentalists were dismayed by draft fracking rules released a year ago, but hoped the administration would tighten them up in the next round. The opposite happened.
The Senate confirmed Ernest Moniz as the new energy secretary, and Gina McCarthy's nomination as EPA administrator cleared a committee.
Congress bakes up a ginormous gift to corporate ag, which may well collapse and die. But don’t start celebrating yet.
From Palin to Parnell, Alaska's politicians have struggled to reconcile policy with actuality.
A new report in the journal Science discovers there are a lot of things about fracking we don’t know. But since we've fracked half the country anyway, we're going to find out.