As Western communities strive to develop sustainable, diverse economies that are less tied to the boom and bust cycle of extractive industries, outdoor recreation offers a promising path to prosperity.
In the wake of Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Sandy, the recent budget proposal from the House majority threatens to eliminate funding for grants and programs essential to disaster recovery efforts.
Leadership by governors and lawmakers in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and New York demonstrates how key reforms can drive private investment in an abundant, climate-safe resource.
Houston’s economy may be poised for a quick recovery from Harvey, but Trump administration policies make it harder for communities of color and low-income families to return home.
Congress must help communities across the country—especially those devastated by Hurricane Harvey—become more resilient to more extreme weather, flooding and other climate change risks.
A new climate fund could allow Americans to support the global climate effort.
As Congress develops legislation to regulate autonomous vehicles, it has an opportunity to ensure that policy considers the technology’s potential impact on carbon emissions.
Applying Secretary Zinke’s reasoning to the U.S. national monuments that are currently under threat should cause all of them to be pardoned.
The fate of America’s national parks and monuments rests in the hands of a process without logic or transparency.
Past experiences and uncertain results could mean that a potential agreement between a Taiwanese manufacturing company and Wisconsin is costly and damaging to the state.
An inclusive and transparent climate action strategy will carve a path to equity and resilience and help working-class communities in Charlotte, North Carolina, thrive.
The Trump administration and its allies in Congress are working to undermine federal clean air and environmental protections, putting the health of all Americans at risk.
The president is taking his deregulatory agenda to the courts, where his judges will serve much longer than his administration.
How the Trump administration is ruining the relationship between Americans, public lands, and energy production.
The commercial fishing industry’s exaggerated claims of economic hardship mask another motive for President Trump’s review of the Northeast Canyons and Seamounts Marine National Monument.