This week, Michele and Igor sit down with former FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate to discuss the recent flurry of natural disasters.
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.
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.
Reauthorizing the state’s cap-and-trade program is critical for global momentum.
President Donald Trump has put 22 of America’s most scientifically important national parks and monuments at risk.
Christy Goldfuss joins Thinking CAP to break down Trump's possible withdrawal from the Paris Agreement.
U.S. citizens, state and local governments, and businesses can support clean energy and climate resilience in the most vulnerable regions—and challenge the federal government to do the same.
Between climate denial and severe budget cuts, President Trump is dealing a double blow to those living on the brink.
As a call to action on climate change, Ms. Mendoza’s fourth-grade class at Gateway Environmental K-8 Learning Center wrote letters to their elected officials asking them to support solutions that will protect their community and future.
At upcoming Arctic Council Ministerial Meeting, Secretary Rex Tillerson has an opportunity to protect U.S. national security and economic interests.
During just a few months in office, President Trump has launched a comprehensive war on science and its role in his administration.
Polluting corporations pushed the White House to eliminate a key tool used to measure the cost of climate change.