“What do we want? Data! When do we want it? Forever!”
It involves satellites and weather balloons.
Scott Pruitt’s confirmation hearing to lead the EPA was dissonant with the week’s biggest scientific news.
Critics say he could have done much more to help the state’s citizens.
The former oilman downplayed humanity’s responsibility for raising the global thermostat on Wednesday.
A new study shows that sea levels will keep increasing long after emissions leave the atmosphere.
The president makes the case for his energy legacy in one of the nation’s preeminent scientific journals.
Scientists have recently begun to re-examine a scary question: Will a crucial ocean current shut down?
Another study argues there was no sea-surface slowdown in warming.
The Bears Ears National Monument captures much of what made President Obama inspiring to his supporters—and frustrating to his critics.
Probably not, at least without Congress’s help.
David Biello, author of The Unnatural World, talks about the paradox of climate change in the Trumpocene.
Arctic warming means more conflict between people and the giant predators.
The U.S. should invest in an interceptor spacecraft before we detect a dangerous object, say government scientists.
As Oklahoma attorney general, Scott Pruitt sued the federal government to prevent rules about air and water pollution from taking effect.
The former vice president spoke with the president-elect about climate change—but that doesn’t mean anything yet.
What it means, what the law says, and what comes next
Next year, though, the state faces a 40-percent risk of a major tremor.