These interactive maps illustrate the impact of the POWER Initiative in coal country.
President Donald Trump’s budget proposal eliminates programs through which the Obama administration invested in the economic future of coal communities and workers.
Trump’s legislation has provided hundreds of millions of dollars to corporations while reducing jobs and costing hardworking Americans millions.
During just a few months in office, President Trump has launched a comprehensive war on science and its role in his administration.
Polluting corporations pushed the White House to eliminate a key tool used to measure the cost of climate change.
Self-interested nations—and international forums for economic governance—will pursue the opportunities inherent in the effort to curb climate change.
Building a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border would be costly, damaging to the environment, and ineffective.
Atlanta’s inclusive efforts to battle economic inequality and climate change in tandem can guide cities throughout the United States.
With the help of Congress and the Trump administration, corporations are quietly seizing unprecedented power to erase and ignore U.S. public health and environmental protections.
Yellowstone. The Grand Canyon. Yosemite. A Utah national monument lives up to some of our greatest national parks.
Recent policy developments have spurred investment in conservation, but an executive order signed by President Trump now undermines efforts to unlock economic growth and a better future for America’s land, water, and wildlife.
The private sector has the capacity to help end human trafficking and forced labor in the international seafood supply chain.
Cities and states are leading the charge for electric vehicle adoption; powerful corporate interests—such as the Koch-backed fossil fuel industry—are doing whatever they can to stand in the way.
Despite the president being a climate denier, the Trump administration is going to great lengths to avoid talking about it.
Modernizing forest policy for the benefit of local economies will require a major shift in how success is viewed and measured.