Of course addressing the climate crisis will cost money. The important question is how we can save and improve lives by spending it.
For decades, the federal government has attempted to better prioritize equity in environmental initiatives. A new report highlights one area in which those efforts have fallen short.
The National Parks Conservation Association's new report recommends mitigating pollution and transitioning to clean energy, with an emphasis on fair solutions.
Could it provide a path to bipartisan—and inclusive—climate change legislation?
Warren's plan includes ending fossil fuel drilling on public lands, eliminating entrance fees for national parks, and mandating spending for the Land and Water Conservation Fund.
The EPA's Office of Inspector General issued an emergency alert on Monday warning about data discrepancies concerning toxic chemical releases.
In his new book, David Wallace-Wells lays out the grim scenarios that await humans under climate change—but also his reasons for hope.
In Duplin County, residents have suffered as a result of their proximity to animal feeding operations, and that is only being exacerbated by the fallout from Hurricane Florence.
In an anonymous survey, government scientists expressed concerns about plans to reduce focus and research on racial and sexual minorities and the poor.
Andrew Wheeler pledges to listen to staffers, and to speed up regulatory processes.
Facing Trump's proposals for cutting programs that help minorities and the poor, Democrats scramble to make up for missed opportunities to protect them.