… but he won’t cop to it.
Polls and studies reveal it’s the long, tiring grind that changes opinions about global warming.
Pollution is now as dense in the northernmost ocean as it is in the Atlantic and Pacific.
… and discover rivers and lakes they’re unused to.
… and how it could happen again.
But an even trickier problem than coal is emerging.
“It’s a complete change in the phenomenon that all of us study.”
If he’s hemmed in by the old laws, the EPA administrator should ask his fellow Republicans for new ones.
“If they don’t get it together, we’re going to have a different administration in four years.”
A curious person’s guide to the laws that keep the air clean and the water pure
What it does, what comes next
Activists plan an all-out resistance on multiple fronts.
Air quality in Beijing has a lot to do with snowstorms in Siberia.
Trump’s budget proposal would slash funding to the agency, which may run counter to his more ambitious goals.
Al Roker, Stephen Colbert, and the Weather Channel all rushed to correct this untruth. Why?
From the EPA to the White House, from the budget to the federal register, his administration is dismantling climate-change regulation and the science that supports it.
He has no evidence. He’ll successfully mislead people anyway.
L.A. Kauffman, a historian of radical protest in America, fits the “Day Without a Woman” into history.
Descartes Labs lets you point-and-hop between features in China and the United States.
The outcome will shape the planet’s climate for generations.