The Oregon GOP standoff was merely the most recent escalation of a far-right strategy that has been with us for a long time.
U.S. agriculture needs to make a systemwide shift that cuts carbon emissions, reduces vulnerability to climate chaos and prioritizes economic justice.
The drought has had damaging economic and ecological impacts.
A report from NOAA warns that two-thirds of the lower 48 states are expected to face increased precipitation and flood risk through May.
If we are to address legitimate concerns about workers who are left behind by a global economy, then shutting down borders and blaming foreigners is not a solution.
Even as some observers were struck by the dire forecast, many others say that this is nothing new—and that national leaders will ignore it anyway.
To solve the crisis, we'd have to slow growth. And no one wants to admit that.
In many ways, 2018 is the year of the refugee. At United States borders, Mediterranean shores, and Asian cities, millions are fleeing war, hunger, and persecution in search of safety and shelter. And scientists believe things will only get worse due to climate change.
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Plaintiffs say that so-called glider trucks are putting Americans' lives directly at risk.
These alterations are just the latest example of government agencies removing the term from their websites and reports.
A three-judge panel ruled that the Trump administration does not have to account for the climate change impacts of its federal coal program.
In her reported tour through American communities being threatened by rising seas, Rush reminds us of the human faces of the crisis.
Almost all American archives are at risk from disasters or changing temperatures. Community history will probably be the first to go.
The new standard will bring the state closer to meeting its climate goals.
A new study predicts a steep drop in fisheries' production. It's the latest in a growing body of research to show how changes to the Earth's ecosystems will cause disruption to its inhabitants.
A recent EPA survey takes into account extreme weather, but also social factors such as poverty, health, and governance.