By designing a forward-looking and equitable infrastructure package that builds resilience to severe weather and climate change threats, the new Congress can improve the health, prosperity, and well-being of communities.
Here are the top 16 races where voters rebuked the Trump administration’s anti-conservation policies.
New governors who champion climate action will set a model for the rest of the country to follow.
These Conservative State Officials’ Lawsuits Attacking Federal Protections Harm Their Fellow Residents
Some state officials are using litigation in an attempt to undermine people’s wages, well-being, and access to health care—and the Trump administration is on their side.
The Trump administration is subsidizing the clear-cut and export of America’s largest national forest, despite evidence of logging’s high cost and meager economic return.
The Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed move to roll back crucial mercury standards threatens the health of the American public and will be harmful to women and children, especially those in marginalized communities.
A year after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico’s electric grid, the commonwealth should adopt best practices for reliability, affordability, and emissions reductions from leading states.
As extreme weather events increase in frequency and intensity, local and federal leaders must ensure that people with disabilities are central to all emergency preparedness, response, and recovery efforts.
President Trump’s trade wars are costing America’s fishermen lost markets and lost revenues, and to distract the public from this damage, his administration is shamelessly attacking America’s only marine national monument in the Atlantic Ocean.
Having led global scientific research on climate and energy systems for decades, the United States can and should build on its expansive data collection and analysis programs to advance understanding of the changing Earth.
Acting EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler is ushering in toxic appointees with ties to the chemical industry, endangering Americans’ health.
Policymakers should heed the stories of fishermen who experience the effects carbon pollution has on their industry, as well as the science behind them.
Here are five ways that federal agencies and their partners can use the tools Congress has already given them to speed infrastructure permitting.
The announced move of two agencies out of Washington and under new USDA management places research integrity and public data at risk.
Florida state leaders have an opportunity to support investments in innovative and future-ready transportation, energy systems, and flood protections so that communities can better withstand sea level rise and extreme weather threats.