The Planetary Society and its famous CEO urge Trump to set his sights on Mars, increase NASA’s budget, support the commercial space industry and more.
Eighty-four percent of wildfires over 20 years were started by people, research shows.
Despite the early and clear-eyed view of the risks of global warming, Shell invested billions of dollars in highly polluting tar sand operations and on exploration in the Arctic.
Traditionally conservative localities frame their measures as resource protection and tout the economic benefits of a cleaner environment.
Legislative efforts in many states encourage teaching climate change skepticism under the rubric of academic freedom.
Rising temperatures may have played a significant role in the Syrian Civil War.
Myron Ebell, Trump's EPA transition chief, says the president 'will clearly change its course on climate policy,' possibly by executive order.
The “clock” is now at two and a half minutes to midnight, 30 seconds closer than in 2016.
Employees at the Environmental Protection Agency, the Interior Department and the Agriculture Department all have seen directives come down from the newly minted leadership seeking to limit how they communicate to the public.
Obama's information on climate initiatives are deleted minutes after the inauguration.
Activists will work locally for green initiatives despite a federal government friendly to Big Oil and coal.
Temperatures are unlikely to set a new peak in 2017 after the El Nino faded.
Scholars and activists in Canada are rushing to back up and protect environmental data from NASA, EPA and more, fearful that the president-elect will close off access.
Mike Pompeo says he's not familiar with CIA analysis saying climate change is one of the 'deeper causes of rising instability' around the world.
The Oklahoma attorney general will be charged with administering an agency he's sued 13 times.
The world's largest wild reindeer herd has decreased in size by nearly half of its glory just 16 years ago. What's to blame? Likely us.
A three-part solution to unsubsidized climate change.
Any policy that is not directed at helping the developing world reduce emissions is not a policy that will slow global warming; it will only make us feel good, and it shouldn’t.
“Staving off the worst impacts of climate change will be severely hindered under this next U.S. administration,” the letter says.
It recognizes the need for diverse, often decentralized, policies, write John Prescott and Andrew Hammond.
Environmental groups are bracing to fight back against a transition team led by a climate change denier, and they insist the American public is behind them.