Trump's energy plan comes from the president-elect’s deep and abiding nostalgia for the fast-growing America of the 1950s. It will surely prove a calamity of the first order.
President-elect Donald Trump’s Energy Department transition team has reportedly been asking for the names of civil servants that have worked on environmental policies under President Barack Obama, sparking fears of a coming “climate purge” by the incoming Trump administration.
On Noam Chomsky's 88th birthday we bring you a talk he gave two days ago in New York, reflecting on the Nov. 8 election and the crisis of climate change.
The Nobel Prize celebrates the greatest achievements of and for humankind. In the spirit of Alfred Nobel’s will, the Nobel Foundation needs to break with companies that cause climate change, one of the greatest threats humanity has ever faced.
Fight for individual US states to defy the federal government and pledge to follow the goals of the Paris climate agreement.
It may well end up in the paper shredder, but defense experts sent Trump’s transition team a briefing book urging him to consider climate change as a grave threat to national security.
With hundreds arrested in recent weeks at the Standoff at Standing Rock, North Dakota, the movement to halt construction of this 1,200-mile, $3.8 billion oil pipeline only builds. Musicians are increasingly joining the fray, striking an unexpected chord: pressuring oil billionaire Kelcy Warren, CEO of Energy Transfer Partners, which owns...
Future generations are going to be rightfully shocked that major figures in the U.S. media failed to raise the issue in presidential debates when it mattered most.