Democrats in the state are divided over two proposed initiatives that would curb fracking near homes and give cities more regulatory power.
The EPA is still refusing to ban these dangerous insecticides, but a U.S. Fish and Wildlife official is phasing them out in some wildlife refuges.
Instead of a patchquilt of permitting rules that vary from county to county, the state now has a simpler -- and cheaper -- process.
Under mounting pressure, Scott has agreed to talk to a climate scientist who insists, “It’s not rocket science. I can explain it. Give me half an hour.”
Alec Johnson chained himself to an excavator to stop Keystone XL. A year later, he's still awaiting trial -- and hoping to set a helpful precedent for protesters.
Australia is now the first country in the world to undo a price on greenhouse gas pollution, thanks to its climate-denying prime minister.
Detroit's financial woes have put it on the front lines of a decaying-infrastructure crisis that belongs to all of us.
The president has unveiled a number of initiatives to help communities and citizens adapt to changes in the weather.
Budget cuts at federal agencies are helping companies get away with more than 99 percent of the environmental crimes the government knows about.