What lurks in the Arctic’s thawing permafrost?
Despite much cajoling and prodding from fellow conservatives, the party didn’t adopt a climate policy in the new tax bill.
It could vanish sooner than you think.
The company announced new rules to protect against hateful conduct and violent threats in December—but the policy contains an intentional loophole.
A climate researcher finds a link between a 20-year spate of hurricanes and the content of song lyrics.
A child born very close to a well is likely to be smaller and less healthy than a child born farther away.
Seven of the state’s 10 largest modern wildfires have occurred in the last 14 years.
Trump’s decision to cut more than 1 million acres from Bears Ears could permanently crimp the presidency’s ability to protect public land.
By authorizing oil drilling in Alaska’s vast Arctic wilderness, the bill could enrich Native tribes—or destroy their way of life.
An environmental lawyer says the sale could pose a major conflict of interest.
“You be the judge.”
The Nebraska Public Service Commission approved the project, but said it must take an alternate route through the state.
The leak comes just four days before TransCanada faces an important vote.
There’s no magic bill waiting in the wings—and no quick path to arriving at one.
Texas is now six times more likely to see huge, cyclone-related floods than it was in the 1990s.
Thanks to climate change, it’s getting a little later every year.
According to a new study, the infamous asteroid had only a 13 percent chance of exterminating the giant reptiles.
The United States is officially the only country to reject the climate accord.
The National Climate Assessment arrives as President Trump is dismantling the most sweeping U.S. climate policy.
A new study in The Lancet makes the case that global warming is already ailing public health worldwide, but experts disagree on its methodology.
Liberalism’s “doom loop” is inextricable from the global-warming crisis.