President Donald Trump signed an executive order to rescind a slew of Obama administration policies aimed at tackling global warming and promote “energy independence."
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A National Academies of Science (NAS) committee ruled the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) should continue to conduct studies exposing humans to air pollutants the agency claims causes premature death.
Ninety percent of the of settlements federal agencies entered into with plaintiffs under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) were with environmental groups.
A government watchdog group filed suit against the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for not handing over records related to the “environmental justice” grants the agency hands out to activist groups across the country.
After three record-warm years in a row, Americans are once again evenly split on the seriousness of global warming.
President Donald Trump will issue a sweeping “energy independence” executive order Tuesday to dismantle signature global warming policies put in place by the Obama administration.
The first-ever Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) administrator reluctantly admitted the agency he headed under both the Nixon and Reagan administrations has gotten out of control in recent years.
Former Vice President Al Gore said man-made global warming was the “principal” cause of the Syrian civil war, which in turn, contributed to the UK voting to leave the European Union last summer.
The Trump administration approved the final stages of the Keystone XL oil pipeline Friday.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has one or more open law enforcement investigations into employees using encrypted text messages to coordinate their resistance to the Trump administration.
The Trump administration is expected to approve the Keystone XL oil pipeline by Monday, marking the next stage in a nearly nine-year battle over the project's fate.
The “March for Science” is being ripped apart by organizers who want to make gender and racial diversity the center of a march initially formed to push back against the Trump administration’s allegedly “anti-science” stance.
A Maine lawmaker wants to protect people on both sides of the global warming debate from being prosecuted by the attorney's general office or punished by state agencies.
A UK-based climate policy group has put out an annual climate assessment “exclusively on observations rather than climate models” to serve as a counterpoint to those put out by the United Nations and government agencies that warn of unabated global warming.
The media is touting a new study claiming global warming could be, at least in part, to blame for the “diabetes epidemic” sweeping the globe.
A public interest law firm sued the EPA for not turning over records regarding agency officials’ use of encrypted messaging applications.
The White House is not considering a tax on carbon dioxide to fight global warming, according to an administration official.
Science centers that were supposed to be the “cornerstone” of the Department of the Interior's “climate change response strategy” don’t have the proper controls in place to prevent wasteful spending, according to an internal audit.
A new poll shows that while most American adults believe human activities are warming the world, about half do not think global warming will negatively impact their lives.