Congress can fight the growing threat of anti-government militants by taking steps to keep America’s public lands safe, open, and protected for future generations.
Aging Dams and Clogged Rivers
3 Strategies for Building Equitable and Resilient Communities
A Market-Based Fix for the Federal Coal Program
Opportunities for the Next Executive Director of the Green Climate Fund
A Clean Energy Action Plan for the United States
The new alignment of the United States, Mexico, and Canada on climate change—and the forthcoming North American Leaders’ Summit—present an opportunity for these countries to work toward a continental price on carbon emissions.
Three Ways Congressional Mens Rea Proposals Could Allow White Collar Criminals to Escape Prosecution
The mens rea proposals in Congress’ criminal justice reform package could serve as a ‘get out of jail free’ card for white-collar criminals.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s visit to Washington, D.C., opens new possibilities for U.S.-Canadian partnerships to reduce the risks of Arctic and global warming.
The water crisis in Flint was both foreseeable and preventable; Congress must ensure this never happens again by increasing infrastructure funding and strengthening oversight.
Government officials in Michigan have been scrambling to address the fallout of the man-made water catastrophe in Flint that poisoned thousands of mostly low-income people of color.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency needs to limit methane pollution from all sources in the oil and gas sector to meet the Obama administration’s climate change mitigation goals.
The Flint water crisis highlights the continuing disparities that people of color face in finding access to fair housing and healthy communities.
Broad, bipartisan calls to nix Atlantic Ocean oil and gas lease sales give the Obama administration a clear path forward.
Have low oil prices finally pushed the world to the tipping point on fossil fuel subsidy reform?