Why is the annual event so benign and toothless when the threats to the planet—particularly to its most vulnerable populations—are so severe?
The EPA head is visiting a Pennsylvania mine owned by a company that wants to get out of the coal business altogether.
Michael Bloomberg argues in a new book that cities and business are the key to reducing global warming. He's forgetting something.
The office is nearly empty, and a climate-change denier may be picked to run it. "There is reason to worry," says Obama's top science advisor.
Trump's attacks on EPA regulations don't just worsen climate change—they harm vulnerable communities, too.
Forget climate change. The agency won't even be able to adequately protect public health, officials say.
Two terrible bills that Obama would have vetoed are back in play, and they stand a very good chance of becoming law under Trump.
From Biosphere 2 to Breitbart: the mysterious conversion of Donald Trump's chief strategist.
Dr. Rush Holt talks Donald Trump, the increasing politicization of science, and what his community needs to do next.