by Natasha Geiling Oct 13, 2015
In an interview with BBC News, Gov. Bill Walker (I-AK) said that Alaska needs to expand oil and drilling projects to pay for climate change programs.
by Emily Atkin Oct 13, 2015
There are key distinctions the Democratic candidates will need to make between themselves and their opponents.
by Jeremy Deaton - Guest Contributor Oct 13, 2015
The wealthiest Americans contribute the most to carbon pollution, and yet the poor suffer the brunt of the impacts.
by Natasha Geiling Oct 12, 2015
According to Oxfam, this year's forecasted El Niño could cause trouble for agriculture around the world, leading to extreme food insecurity in some countries.
by Samantha Page Oct 9, 2015
The vote sets up a potential fight in the Senate and eventual veto from the White House.
by Natasha Geiling Oct 9, 2015
In news that shouldn't need repeating: Americans think it's important for our policy makers to actually understand the science on which they base their policies.
by Katie Valentine Oct 9, 2015
The USDA is working with farmers in six Midwestern states to help make bee-friendly changes on their land.
"Babies are dying because of the haze."
Fracking is now the leading cause of disturbing medical studies.
by Jess Colarossi Oct 8, 2015
NOAA predicts that by the end of 2015, almost 95 percent of U.S. coral reefs will have been exposed to ocean conditions that can cause corals to bleach.