Following Hurricanes Irma and Maria, the Trump administration must commit to long-term and equitable hurricane recovery in Puerto Rico.
More than 147 million ratepayers in 30 states could pay higher electricity bills if the Trump administration succeeds in bailing out uneconomic coal and nuclear power plants.
Congress can use the farm bill to sustain the nation’s forests and create thousands of jobs by encouraging smart investments in the full range of natural resources and services that forests provide.
Congress needs to take action in order to mitigate Hurricane Maria’s effects on the already underprivileged children of Puerto Rico.
After weathering two devastating storms, Puerto Rico is still struggling to recover as the federal government fails to provide short-term and long-term relief.
In its proposal to revoke the Clean Power Plan, the Trump administration used fuzzy math and sleight of hand to exaggerate the costs and deflate the benefits of cutting carbon pollution.
Proposed legislation in the House Natural Resources Committee would open virtually all of America’s maritime territory to offshore drilling and roll back safety standards to the pre-Deepwater Horizon era.
Allowing oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge would offset less than one hundredth of 1 percent of the cost of the tax cuts that President Trump wants to give millionaires and corporations.
This week, Michele and Igor sit down with former FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate to discuss the recent flurry of natural disasters.
Royalty Policy Committee is stacked with companies that have actively avoided paying royalties owed to the American taxpayer.
Disaster aid for hurricane-affected areas should focus on creating long-term resilience to extreme weather and supporting communities with the fewest resources to rebuild.
As economic disparities and climate change risks rise, mayors must develop solutions that build resilient communities, create new economic opportunities, and support racial justice.
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.