Puerto Rican families continue to suffer from unemployment and food insecurity following hurricanes Irma and Maria. They deserve to be able to put food on the table for their families, and Congress should address this much-needed funding now.
As interest in an infrastructure package develops, there are several ways Congress can ensure that it protects and invests in the environment to protect communities and nature.
Over the past two years, nearly 1 in 5 federal oil and gas leases offered in the Intermountain West has been in a wildlife priority area.
Congress should pass a comprehensive infrastructure package to create jobs and raise wages, tackle the climate crisis, and improve access to opportunity and social equity.
By setting ambitious energy efficiency standards in buildings, the United States can lower energy costs for consumers, encourage job growth, and reduce energy-related pollution and carbon emissions.
A new initiative will bring 21st-century approaches to environmental monitoring and public health.
The Trump administration’s inadequate environmental assessment dramatically underestimates the damage that drilling for oil in the refuge would cause.
When considering the economic priorities of the new year, it is essential that analysts and policymakers take into account a variety of indicators instead of overstating the health of the economy.
Countries and subnational governments should bring ocean issues in from the periphery of the climate conversation.
Americans who depend on the ocean and treasure its beauty and abundance are counting on Congress to hold the Trump administration accountable for its harmful anti-ocean agenda, as well as to chart a more sustainable and prosperous course forward.
The next move by the Environmental Protection Agency, under Acting Administrator Andrew Wheeler, could undo years of state progress on reducing toxic air pollution from power plants.
As communities are hit with more intense extreme weather, floods, and wildfires fueled by climate change, Congress must invest in solutions that build our nation’s resilience.
The autonomous vehicle revolution offers planners an opportunity to redesign the surface transportation system to be more accessible and sustainable by prioritizing the needs of pedestrians and other nonautomotive users.
As the United States undertakes an unprecedented elimination of protected areas, Canada and Mexico are emerging as North America’s leaders in the conservation of lands and oceans.
Newly elected governors have the opportunity—and responsibility—to set and achieve ambitious clean energy goals in their states, and appointing talented energy officials is a critical first step in carrying out that vision and continuing state leadership on climate and clean energy.