Politics

One rule forward, two rules back

Trump’s latest move could throw environmental rulemaking into chaos.

A new executive order mandates that for every regulation created, two regulations must be eliminated.

justice for all?

This is Trump’s chance to build an anti-environment federal judiciary

There's a record number of vacancies, and he could fill them with judges hostile to regulations.

Making dad proud

Malia Obama has joined the movement against the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Ivanka, meanwhile, spent her weekend on other pursuits.

equality or bust

Women scientists: “We’re not backing down, and we’re not going away”

A pledge for inclusivity and protecting science from Trump has been signed by 14,000 scientists.

Zombie pipelines, EPA under attack, and that’s just Week One

How worried should you be about President Trump's first week? Pretty worried.

"I would build a great wall"

There’s an environmental argument against Trump’s border wall, too.

Environmentalists say a 55-foot tall wall would cause lasting damage.

That Was Fast

The “alt” government agencies on Twitter are telling you everything President Trump won’t.

Welcome to 2017, when the internet gives us the public servants we need.

executive disorder

Here’s what Trump’s decision means for the Dakota Access Pipeline

It will pave the way for the project and make it harder to make successful legal challenges.

Remember that other pipeline?

Keystone XL really is back to haunt us.

TransCanada, the company behind the infamous project, has resubmitted an application to build the pipeline across the U.S.-Canada border.