There’s no magic bill waiting in the wings—and no quick path to arriving at one.
The state could be the first in the union to adopt a carbon price by ballot.
It’s the heat, not the humidity.
A massive new study of online dating finds that everyone dates aspirationally—and that a woman’s desirability peaks 32 years before a man’s does.
Dimming the sky won’t save the world’s harvests.
Automakers spent months lobbying the Trump administration to weaken the EPA’s clean-car standards. But they’re not sure they wanted them that weak.
The proposal would undermine California’s ability to regulate toxic air pollution.
By portraying the early years of climate politics as a tragedy, the magazine lets Republicans and the fossil-fuel industry off the hook.
Unusually hot days have profound effects on mental health and human physiology.
“It’s a bit like Monty Python.”
Dozens of scientific and medical groups oppose the proposal, which began under former EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt.
The discovery of stone tools—the oldest ever found outside of Africa—dramatically shifts the story of hominin migration, researchers say.
Trump’s pick for the Supreme Court affirms climate change—but that’s not necessarily good news for the EPA.
His successor will likely be far too skilled to attract notice to the EPA.
That's only one question posed by a new analysis of an extraordinary Australopithecus skeleton.
The agency is smaller, poorer, and less driven by science. But “I don’t think there is a big Pruitt legacy,” one legal scholar said.
His other policies have knocked the U.S. off track to meet its emission-reduction goals.
A new justice will likely weaken the Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, and Endangered Species Act.
Legal opposition and strongly worded remarks could not defeat the president’s travel ban.
Automakers wanted rule changes. But not, they say, these rule changes.
Firefighters in Colorado had to ground their aircraft for an hour.