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.
Self-interested nations—and international forums for economic governance—will pursue the opportunities inherent in the effort to curb climate change.
Atlanta’s inclusive efforts to battle economic inequality and climate change in tandem can guide cities throughout the United States.
Recent policy developments have spurred investment in conservation, but an executive order signed by President Trump now undermines efforts to unlock economic growth and a better future for America’s land, water, and wildlife.
Despite the president being a climate denier, the Trump administration is going to great lengths to avoid talking about it.
The United States must continue to address the global challenges presented by climate change, such as water scarcity, in order to mitigate and prevent the threats they pose to national and international security.
The Trump administration has caused nothing but despair for most people anxious about climate change, but there is an alternative path for making progress that could also help to keep this nightmare short lived.
Investment in low-carbon and climate-resilient development is in the economic and security interests of the United States.