There’s no magic bill waiting in the wings—and no quick path to arriving at one.
100,000 years of scorching temperatures may have followed the impact.
Scientists can finally track the civilization’s economic booms and recessions—thanks to the exhaust of its massive coin-making operation, preserved for centuries in Greenland’s ice sheet.
Millennials in the GOP want more government action on environmental issues than the older generation.
Here’s what scientists and native Hawaiians see in the sublime molten fire.
“Marine protected areas” have been an environmental success story. But a new study finds that most won’t withstand global warming.
“There’s not a lot of words to capture a gradual, slow-developing disaster like this.”
We all know what imho means.
It would not only undermine 30 years of clean-air regulations, but radically restrict what science the agency is allowed to use.
The ride-hailing upstart is investing millions to help reduce global warming.
A new study warns it has become a “highly altered, degraded system.”
A simple way for the House to outdo the Senate
How to find out if you are one of the 87 million victims
In an interview, the Facebook CEO tells The Atlantic he’s not walking away from the company, but he is looking for outside expertise.
Senators Sheldon Whitehouse and Tom Carper question whether Pruitt or one of his aides abused special hiring powers granted by the Safe Drinking Water Act.
The suspect, Nasim Aghdam, was driven by animus toward the video site’s policies.
The embattled EPA chief used an obscure provision last month to increase the salaries of a pair of staffers by tens of thousands of dollars.
Andrew Bosworth’s memo may seem insidious, but its logic used to be very popular.
On a cold spring day, hundreds of thousands of adults stood and listened to children—under attack, and unwilling to wait any longer for solutions.
In just 36 hours, two nightmares unfolded for American tech companies. Here’s what they have in common.
Facebook’s chief executive flailed in his first public interviews since the Cambridge Analytica story broke. Will it matter?