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And he's got the hat to prove it.
Scientists have long sought to distance themselves from politics. Looks like that's starting to change, thanks to Trump.
Arctic sea ice is already at a record low. An oncoming storm will cause even more melt.
For the last time, there was no global warming hiatus.
An L.A. Times investigation reveals that utilities are picking the pockets of the poor and hurting California's climate efforts.
Critics worry it would lead schools to ditch lessons about evolution and climate change in favor of teaching ideas like creationism.
At a hearing on Tuesday, he's expected to push a bill limiting the kinds of science EPA can use.
Lamar Smith, chair of the House Science Committee, intends to do anything but.
Mark your calendars: On March 10, the Rise With Standing Rock Native Nations March will hit D.C.
It's not all about Washington, D.C. States continue to move forward on climate and clean energy initiatives.
After signing a new climate law, she posted an epic photograph that many on social media interpreted as a jab at President Trump.
Here's what you need to know about Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch's leanings on green issues.
Climate hawks have been at the forefront.
Compare that to 90 percent of Clinton voters and 65 percent of general Americans.
Second verse, same as the first.
The ride-sharing company is dumping Trump after a #DeleteUber movement takes over Twitter.
While some of the changes are typical for a new administration, others are concerning.
It customizes routes for pedestrians based on accessibility and sidewalk conditions.
Projections about our future energy use may be discounting the force of innovation.
Leaked emails from officials claim that news reports are "inaccurate."