A new U.N. report finds one million species face extinction. The Department of the Interior and the Fish and Wildlife Service are adding to the problem.
The Democratic candidate's first policy proposal calls for an end to tax breaks for the fossil fuel industry.
David Bernhardt, a former oil and gas lobbyist, is a behind-the-scenes operator who has positioned himself as an ardent opponent of conservation advocates.
Already the largest oil and gas producer in the world, the United States is expected to ramp up oil production more than any other nation in the coming decades.
An investigation by Pacific Standard and the Guardian revealed the full extent to which Ryan Zinke's Department of the Interior favored industry over conservation.
The former director of the Department of the Interior's policy office opens up about where the agency went wrong—and how to save it.
"They are undermining the department's mission at every turn": New documents reveal just how much the Department of the Interior favored industry over conservation.
It's the second time in two years that the judge has overruled efforts by Fayette leaders to protect their county from what they view as the negative effects of West Virginia's natural gas industry.
An Environmental Protection Agency watchdog calls out Scott Pruitt's failure to penalize three Oklahoma-based oil and gas companies for polluting.
There is no way to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement if California continues extracting oil and gas unabated.
A new report details how California's bold plans to reduce oil consumption and meet the goals of the Paris Agreement could be canceled out by the state's own oil production.
Governor Phil Murphy's swiftness in moving to protect New Jersey's shores from oil exploration is the result of plans by the Trump administration to expand offshore drilling in the Atlantic and the Pacific.
The highest court in Massachusetts has ruled that the state attorney general has the authority to investigate what the oil and gas giant knew about climate change.
A protracted delay in the Trump administration coming up with its own carbon-cost estimate could empower environmentalists pursuing legal challenges to mining.