Politics

The Chemical Bothers

Republicans in Congress passed a law giving EPA more power

Now the agency can start to regulate some 64,000 chemicals that are already in use.

Black gold

Desperate for cash, Trump turns to the coal industry

If there's any money left in coal, that is.

Denial's a river in D.C.

A peek into the relatively sane climate debates outside the United States

Turns out denial isn't a pre-req for political life elsewhere.

Justice

For environmental activists, 2015 was the deadliest year yet

Last year's murder rate of three activists a week show the stakes have never been higher.

Politics

Conservatives try out bizarre energy attack ad

It's certainly inventive.

Justice

Fight over Grand Canyon pits Native Americans against John McCain

What’s the Grand Old Party got against the Grand Canyon?

Climate & Energy

The next U.S. president could save or destroy the Arctic

And his or her decision could last a lifetime.

Should I Stay Or Should I Go

Britain might leave the European Union. Here’s what that could mean for the climate.

A climate hawk’s guide to the Brexit vote.

Throwing shade

U.S. Chamber of Commerce joins anti-solar crusade

The chamber’s new campaign is part of a larger right-wing push to kneecap the rooftop solar industry.