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.
This interactive map provides county-by-county information on billion-dollar extreme weather events and household median income.
An analysis of extreme storms from 2011 through 2017 finds that these events disproportionately harm low- and middle-income Americans.
Following Hurricanes Irma and Maria, the Trump administration must commit to long-term and equitable hurricane recovery in Puerto Rico.
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.
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.
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.
This week, Michele and Igor sit down with former FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate to discuss the recent flurry of natural disasters.
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.
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.
Applying Secretary Zinke’s reasoning to the U.S. national monuments that are currently under threat should cause all of them to be pardoned.
Past experiences and uncertain results could mean that a potential agreement between a Taiwanese manufacturing company and Wisconsin is costly and damaging to the state.