Scott Pruitt Has Until July 11 to Explain His Climate Skepticism, Judge Rules
After Pruitt ignored an FOIA request for studies supporting his view that humans are not the primary contributor to climate change, environmental advocates turned to the courts.
Even the White House is investigating Scott Pruitt’s soundproof booth now
It's the seventh — or is it the eighth? — federal investigation.
Here’s the Stats You Need to Know About That Big Climate Change Study Leak
Will President Trump dispute the evidence found by scientists representing 13 federal agencies?
A Public Meeting Could Be What Helps Save the Contaminated Hudson River
The August 9 meeting in NYC will address the clean-up of cancer-causing PCBs dumped in the Hudson for decades.
The Fight Is On for a Healthy Hudson River
Alarm bells are ringing as local activists launch effort to protect the birthplace of America's environmental movement.
Nick Chedli Carter
The Poor, Climate, and Your Grandma Are Screwed Under Trump’s Budget
Pretty much anyone not in the one percent should be freaked out.
A Bunch of People Got Sick from a Pesticide Trump’s EPA Didn't Ban
The agency backed down from banning chlorpyrifos just five weeks ago.
What Does Trump’s New Government Spending Bill Mean for Advocacy?
Nonprofits and government agencies face an uncertain future.
Let's Be Crystal Clear: Public Water Needs to Be Protected
"Without access to clean water, states, nations, and all of civilization will collapse."
Science Committee Wants to Restrict the EPA's Use of Science
EPA Goes Against Its Own Findings and Rejects Ban on Controversial Pesticide
"The EPA’s own analysis estimated that 1- to 2-year-old children are currently being exposed to levels of chlorpyrifos in their food that are 140 times higher than what the agency deems safe."
How Trump's Climate Takedown Will Fail
To undo the Clean Power Plan, the EPA will have to undergo the same years-long process it took to craft it to begin with.