The Southwest’s Drought and Fires Are a Window to Our Climate Change Future
In a Q&A, experts describe how a new climate reality threatens the Southwest, the fastest-growing region in the U.S.
Rising Authoritarianism And Worsening Climate Change Share A Fossil-Fueled Secret
In recent decades, the core democratic principle that prioritizes citizens over corporate profits has been aggressively undermined.
The Stakes Are High For The EPA’s Newly Appointed Chemical Review Director
OPPT has not been doing its job appropriately, and while the issue may have accelerated without a director, it is a long-term — and nonpartisan — problem.
Where Things Stand: Trump Was Asked About Ukraine. In Response, He Yelled About Windmills
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SCOTUS Could Hamstring Federal Agencies’ Regulatory Power In A High-Profile Air Pollution Case
The decision to hear the case reflects a keen interest on the part of the court’s conservative majority in the government’s power to regulate – an issue with impacts that extend far beyond air pollution.
2021’s Climate Disasters Revealed An East-West Divide
One side of the country is too wet, the other dangerously dry.