Opinion

Has Scott Pruitt had a change of heart about ozone pollution?

For the sake of our lungs, let’s hope so.

How to push climate action forward in the Trump era

Lessons learned from working in the Obama administration will still be critical during the next four years.

Why the People’s Climate March matters to people of color like me

It's an opportunity to build a diverse, national movement to defend our environment.

Gorsuch likely to be skeptical of environmental rules, but that could bite Trump, too

Here's what you need to know about Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch's leanings on green issues.

This is exactly the wrong way to clean up the L.A. area’s air

Regulators are pushing a plan to make residents pay more taxes instead of making polluters clean up, and it would hit poor people hardest.

March with the penguins

Women’s marches, occurring across seven continents, include a focus on environment

A march by eco-minded activists in Antarctica is just the latest of hundreds planned around the U.S. and the world.

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.

Dairy industry has a cow over plant-based milks

Instead of trying to fight off products like soy and almond milk, dairy companies should start selling them.

10 questions for EPA nominee Scott Pruitt

Here's what senators should ask at the confirmation hearing for Pruitt, Trump's pick to lead the Environmental Protection Agency.