President Trump's infrastructure plan ignores authorities that could help him accelerate the permitting process and instead calls for new guts to environmental protections.
The Trump budget proposes drastic measures that would subsidize coal and oil companies at the expense of public health, clean energy, and outdoor places.
The Southeast Florida Regional Climate Action Plan 2.0 is a tool for local leaders to reduce climate change threats while tackling inequities that affect low-income areas and communities of color.
This week, Michele and Igor speak with two tribal leaders about the Trump administration's decision to reopen two national monuments for drilling and mining.
The farm bill is America's largest funding source for private lands conservation; its programs can be better leveraged to attract billions of dollars in private investment, increasing the economic and environmental benefits of conservation on working lands.
In his nearly 12 months in office, Pruitt has maintained that he is committed to protecting the environment, but his actions prove contrary.
As detailed in a leaked proposal, the Trump administration’s plan would require fundamental changes to no fewer than 10 bedrock environmental laws that protect the nation’s clean air, clean water, wildlife, and national parks.
President Trump’s energy policy has closely followed a coal company executive and Trump donor’s proposals that attack independent agencies and undo safeguards for miners, public health, and clean air.
The Interior Department is shortchanging taxpayers by attempting to sell off more public lands than industry wants, accepting many bids as low as $2 an acre.
President Donald Trump’s pledge to fast-track infrastructure projects threatens to roll back essential environmental review regulations that safeguard natural habitats and local communities.
The Endangered Species Act has effectively reduced the threats of America’s declining wildlife and prevented the extinction of 99 percent of species under its protection.
The Trump administration’s plan for offshore drilling could put oil rigs along every coastline in America—at the same time as its policies make the next Deepwater Horizon oil spill more of an inevitability.
The federal government will soon sell off many prized public lands for drilling through a private, online auction system.
U.S. states, cities, and nongovernmental actors are partnering with other countries to advance the global climate effort.
U.S. nonfederal leaders who support the Paris Agreement can help support the poorest and most climate-vulnerable populations.