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.
2021 Hurricane Season Shows Low-Income Communities Face The Highest Risks In Changing Climate
The U.S. government can minimize the risks and the impact of displacement by planning and preparing for both slow- and rapid-onset events.
The Oil Industry’s Pivot To Carbon Capture And Storage—While It Keeps On Drilling—Isn’t A Climate Change Solution
Most carbon dioxide captured in the U.S. today is used to extract more oil.