Union of Concerned Scientists
Experts say the nuclear industry and Congress have put pressures on regulators to lowball the risk of nuclear accidents.
The Trump administration’s attempts to suppress and discredit research on climate change has become a call to action for many usually apolitical scientists.
The politicization of science must not be normalized.
Rex Tillerson, CEO of ExxonMobil, is expected to be chosen as Secretary of State. Many environmentalists worry that American diplomacy could become an extension of fossil fuel interests.
"We certainly want the incoming administration and Congress to pay attention."
A new study from the Union of Concerned Scientists shows how fossil fuel producers seed scientific doubt and block climate-related policies.
Should nuclear safety stay business as usual?
Beloved World Heritage sites all over the world might disappear forever, thanks to climate change.
French regulators raided the automaker's headquarters and two technical facilities, sending the company's stock prices tumbling.
Despite being aware of climate change as early as 1981, the company has provided over $30 million to groups that have sown doubt about the scientific consensus that the Earth is warming and human activities are the primary cause.
Environmentalists and energy companies are both pleased with the agency's latest report on the controversial drilling technique.
In 2009, G20 leaders pledged to end fossil fuel subsidies — a goal that is far from being met.