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Our infrastructure is old, dangerous, and in desperate need of an overhaul. What could go wrong?
Warm ocean water is already reaching much farther inland to the Pine Island and Thwaites glaciers than expected.
This is good news for farmers and, you know, people who drink water.
You can thank electric cars.
PREPA is sort of a disaster, but disaster capitalism is no picnic either.
The last time we were pulling this much oil out of the ground, the Beatles broke up.
A new tariff will drive up the cost of solar panels, but it's a boon for domestic solar cell producers.
While FERC gave the natural gas pipeline the green light, it faces mounting legal challenges and local opposition.
Let's check in on how the Interior Secretary is shaping the future of our public lands.
"You're going back to work," Trump said.
$27 billion spent in mitigation grants over the past 23 years has yielded $158 billion in societal savings
The former mayor of Boulder wonders if corporate utilities might make better friends than foes.
"When risk cascades through a complex system, the danger is not of incremental damage but of 'runaway collapse.'"
Science advisory committees are being sidelined as Scott Pruitt prioritizes partnering with industry.
NASA found that only 2016 was warmer.
"Mesh networking" can extend internet access to far-flung regions.
Young Republicans, reformed lobbyists, and green Tea Partiers: Meet America’s “eco-right.”
Some articles were borderline inaccurate. Others were elaborate misinformation.
Expert input is pretty low on Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke's list of priorities.
It's rare to come across such a tangible way to fight climate change.