A bipartisan movement is building in Congress to reform the forest management practices of the U.S. Forest Service (USFS), despite environmentalists’ charge that the moves give too much power to the logging industry, The Washington Post reports.
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Two more California cities have joined a push to force the oil and gas industry to pay for urban defenses against the effects of climate change, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Hurricane Maria completely wiped out Puerto Rico's energy grid, leaving the entire island without power from utilities, according to CNN.
EPA Chief Scott Pruitt is a threat to the agency’s credibility, said Lisa Jackson, who served as chief of the EPA under former President Barack Obama, in an interview with Tech Crunch Tuesday.
Bureaucracies have successfully evaded congressional budget oversight for years by illegally hiring contract labor to take the place of employees, according to a Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI) report released Tuesday.
The death count from a magnitude 7.1 earthquake that rocked Mexico Tuesday rose to 226 early Wednesday morning, according to the Associated Press.
GOP Rep. Rob Bishop of Utah accused the Obama administration of ignoring the unethical and illegal behavior of a former Department of the Interior official Monday.
At least forty-two people are confirmed dead after an earthquake rocked Mexico City Tuesday, just 12 days after the country suffered its strongest earthquake in a century.
An earthquake rocked Mexico Tuesday afternoon, just 12 days after the country suffered the strongest earthquake in a century, the Associated Press reports.
GOP Rep. Rob Bishop of Utah is calling for an investigation after a Department of the Interior report on national monuments was leaked to The Washington Post Sunday.
An environmental group is using Hurricane Harvey victims and misleading messaging to raise money for climate change activism.
Hurricane Maria made landfall in Dominica Tuesday morning, bringing "mind boggling" destruction to the island, according to Dominica Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit.
Parts of Puerto Rico are being evacuated as another major hurricane threatens to hit the island two weeks after Hurricane Irma tore through it, killing three, ABC News reports.
President Donald Trump may split Utah's Bears Ears and Grand Staircase Escalante national monuments into several parts each, GOP Rep. Rob Bishop said in a radio interview Monday.
The Trump administration’s potential nominees to the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Science Advisory Board (SAB) are skeptical of man-made climate change.
A Houston, Texas, chemical plant damaged by Hurricane Harvey released much more hazardous gas than the seven pounds originally reported, according to The Wall Street Journal.
The U.S. Forest Service (USFS) has spent more than $2 billion fighting fires this year for the first time ever, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
The White House is stalling any plans to sanction oil from Venezuela, as communities in Florida and Texas recover from recent hurricanes.
More than 80 miners are facing possible layoffs after a Montana mine’s plans for expansion were halted by a U.S. District Court, the Associated Press reports.