by Natasha Geiling Jul 27, 2015
New restrictions on ivory trade in the United States make selling the material across state lines largely illegal.
by Ari Phillips Jul 27, 2015
The final rule is expected in just a matter of weeks.
by Ryan Koronowski Jul 26, 2015
The climate train is slowly accelerating down the tracks, and the person who takes over in 2017 can decide whether to speed it along, slow it down, or throw the engine dramatically into reverse.
by Natasha Geiling Jul 25, 2015
Five years after a pipeline rupture spilled over one million gallons of oil into the Kalamazoo River, local Michigan residents and activists battle new pipeline proposals.
by Joe Romm Jul 24, 2015
There was a true global renaissance in coal starting around the year 2000, thanks primarily to China. But it is now stalling, thanks again to China.
by Katie Valentine Jul 24, 2015
The report's findings contradict claims from lawmakers that the EPA's climate plan, which is set to be finalized next month, will raise electricity rates.
by Emily Atkin Jul 24, 2015
Republican candidates looking to win swing states' votes may want to change their tone on climate.
by Natasha Geiling Jul 24, 2015
A series of warming events some 50,000 years ago could have led to the extinction of megafauna like mammoths and giant sloths, a new study finds.
by Jack Jenkins Jul 24, 2015
“It’s the same thing as a church. We protect these temples, why can’t we do the same for our sacred land?”
by Samantha Page Jul 23, 2015
Not everyone in the environmental community is impressed with Bush's comments.