Environment and Health
A new group is naming and shaming the people bankrolling climate change denial.
The White House wants to clear the way for frackers to release more methane, which poisons communities and torches the climate.
Shocking as this sounds, the U.S. government is — by its own admission — willing to murder up to 1,600 Americans a year to enrich a few coal billionaires.
The White House war on the Endangered Species Act is putting iconic species at risk — all to please fossil fuel companies.
Addressing climate change costs money. Wildfires gobbling up our country — and seas swallowing up our shores — costs more.
A court found that Monsanto knew its signature Roundup chemical could cause cancer, but sold it anyway.
Almost 900 cities, universities, and governments have divested over $6 trillion from the fossil fuel industry. Why not yours?
Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is one of the world’s last intact ecosystems, but dangerous oil exploration could soon spoil it.
Energy efficiency creates more jobs than fossil fuels — and at a faster rate and lower cost.
Lots of big stuff is at stake as the climate changes. But so are everyday pleasures we take for granted — like hikes in the woods, days on the beach, and lazy summer days.