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We're waiting on Zinke's announcement on the fate of 21 national monuments.
The online sensation provides “steak holders” with slick marketing and ranchers with new customers. But is its promise overcooked?
The state's example suggests that the president's deregulation spree isn't necessary.
Some oil and gas insiders worry that Trump's environmental rule–scrapping has gone too far.
If Republicans really want to make use of their majorities for tax reform, they might resort to carbon taxes.
“Upcycling” marine plastic into fashion items is gaining traction.
The smoke is so thick it can “turn day into night.”
But “science should not be something that’s just thrown about to try to dictate policy in Washington, D.C.” OK, Pruitt.
Enbridge's $7.5 billion project would cut through sacred Native American lands.
Tips for making the Great American Eclipse as environmentally friendly as possible.
Researchers found lithium deposits in a Yellowstone supervolcano.
The battle over a proposed So Cal power plant could signal if the state is ready to put its money where its mouth is on clean energy.
Governor Jerry Brown has given the proposal an informal thumbs-up.
An appeals court said Exxon didn't violate safety standards before a 200,000-gallon spill in Arkansas in 2013.
The worst possible spot for a giant volcanic chain? Beneath West Antarctica.
But he's also seeking to protect his golf course.
The E.U. governing body is mulling an electric and hybrid car quota for automakers by 2030.
Decreased emissions are responsible for preventing up to 12,700 death in the United States.
This is climate change in action.
President Trump signed an executive order Tuesday that he said will streamline the environmental review required to get large public construction efforts — like roads, bridges, and buildings — off the ground. From the gilded lobby of Trump Tower, the …