In his address to Congress, the president made some nice-sounding promises. Too bad his actions undermine them.
This marks the first time Trump has formally pushed a regulatory change at the EPA, but it won't be the last.
The White House wants to chop funding for climate programs in particular, though they're just a teeny-tiny fraction of defense spending.
Bills in three states may launch an open season on facts.
Bill McKibben argues that Ellison, a progressive, would help the party regain credibility with young people.
Trump revived the controversial tar-sands pipeline. What happens next?
You can now peruse thousands of emails from Scott Pruitt’s time as Oklahoma attorney general.
It turns out plenty of their constituents DO care about climate change, clean water, and environmental regulation.
We don't have to see this moment as a crisis. It's an opportunity to start building a diverse, national movement to defend our environment.