The Trump administration seeks to reward political favorites at coal companies by falsely claiming a national security threat to the electric grid, opening the door to more egregious abuses of power.
NEPA provides the public with information about the potential impacts of infrastructure projects and helps coordinate federal agency review and enforcement of numerous environmental, civil rights, and historic preservation statutes.
The Arctic Slope Regional Corporation spent more than half a million dollars in 2017 to convince Congress to allow oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
Agricultural pollution is wreaking havoc on Florida’s health, coastal economy, and marine environments.
States should take steps to raise the $2.3 billion needed to build enough public electric vehicle chargers to support the United States’ carbon reduction goals.
CAP sent a delegation of staff to Puerto Rico; here’s what we learned.
Interior Secretary Zinke is risking the success of the 11-state plan to conserve the greater sage-grouse and its habitat and is weakening a bedrock environmental law.
H.R. 200 would erode the policies that have restored dozens of U.S. fisheries and made them the best-managed in the world.
President Trump and his allies threaten to defund and thus dismantle vital climate and energy data and research programs as part of their broader attack on science.
Congress has passed a solution to keep wildfires from dominating U.S. Forest Service and Interior Department budgets. Now it should give these agencies the tools to deliver the greatest benefits to public safety and forest health.
State governments can make AVs a crucial climate solution, provided they take the pen and federal policymakers support them.
A clean transportation system hinges on plug-in electric vehicles and the policies that work to deploy them.
The Trump administration’s oceans agenda remains focused on maximum extraction and minimum oversight, jeopardizing America’s marine resources and national heritage.
An advisory committee stacked with allies of the fossil fuel industry is holding its third full committee meeting this week to vote on another round of industry-serving recommendations cooked up by its subcommittees behind closed doors.
President Trump’s energy policies are increasing fuel costs for drivers, giving oil companies too much power over taxpayer-owned energy reserves, and locking the United States into a dangerous long-term dependence on oil.