The order sends an unmistakable signal that just as President Obama sought to weave climate considerations into every aspect of the federal government, Trump is hoping to rip that approach out by its roots.
Arctic ice melted to new lows in 2016, temperatures soared to scorching highs and extreme weather rocked all parts of the planet.
Last week, Lakey wrote A 10-point Plan to Stop Trump and Make Gains in Justice and Equality. The piece went wildly viral as people respond, "In short, there’s good reason to see the Trump era as an opportunity not only to stop him, but to make major gains in justice...
Rep. Lamar Smith, chair of the House Science Committee, has been described as leading a "McCarthy-like assault on science."
Now a fossil fuel executive will run America’s foreign policy, right out in the open. Donald Trump gets credit for a kind of barbaric transparency.
Environmentalists have prioritized stopping pipelines because every pipeline is a decades-long investment in fossil fuels, locking in demand and hampering a transition to cleaner fuels.
In the years to come, community bills of rights are one strategy to shelter vulnerable populations.
Through a federal court order, the youth have already secured one critical ruling: There is a fundamental constitutional right to a climate system capable of sustaining human life.
On the anniversary of the historic Paris Cliamte Agreement, two leading climate scientists discuss the next steps in combating climate change.