Reform of the Taiwanese fishing sector will strengthen bilateral ties between Taipei and Washington and enhance global perceptions of Taiwanese democracy.
The Trump administration’s plan for offshore drilling could put oil rigs along every coastline in America—at the same time as its policies make the next Deepwater Horizon oil spill more of an inevitability.
The federal government will soon sell off many prized public lands for drilling through a private, online auction system.
Interior Secretary Zinke has fallen hard and fast off the horse he rode in on.
U.S. states, cities, and nongovernmental actors are partnering with other countries to advance the global climate effort.
U.S. nonfederal leaders who support the Paris Agreement can help support the poorest and most climate-vulnerable populations.
One-third of polar bear denning habitat in the United States is located in the area that the tax bill would convert to an industrial oil field.
This week, Michele and Igor sit down with CAP Senior Fellow Matt Lee-Ashley and Patagonia's director of philosophy, Vincent Stanley, to discuss President Trump's recent cuts to Utah monuments.
President Trump has announced the largest elimination of protected areas in American history.
State and federal policymakers should focus more on providing adequate resources to implement the ESA and conserving ecosystems on which at-risk species depend to preclude the need to add them to the endangered species list.
Under the House and Senate tax bills, Western states would lose hundreds of millions of dollars in mineral leasing payments that fund roads, schools, and public safety.
Perry’s proposal to subsidize coal power plants would enable these plants to continue polluting the communities near them while bypassing public comment processes meant to enable the very same communities to voice concerns about pollution and public health.
Anti-parks leaders in Congress have been emboldened by an administration that is willing to cater to their far-right agenda.
Rocky Mountain energy producers, Arctic wildlife, and all Americans would lose if Congress sells out the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in its bid to give tax cuts to the 1 percent.
The climate alliances among U.S. states, cities, and businesses could become global players in the fight against climate change.