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The EPA’s Obama-Era Snapshot Is Missing Information

The Obama-era snapshot of the EPA's website is missing key links, and could violate record keeping laws.

Spending Deal Overrides Climate Science on Wood Energy

Unscientific climate policy buried in a bipartisan spending deal could persist through future administrations.

Climate, Energy Programs Get Budget Reprieve

A federal budget deal for the rest of 2017 leaves most climate and science programs intact.

First U.S. Offshore Wind Farm Shutters Diesel Power Plant

America's first offshore wind farm just shuttered a diesel electric power plant in Rhode Island.

100 Days of Climate

Over Trump's first 100 days, we're going to show what science tells us about our warming world.

The Next March Is All About Climate Change

Thousands are expected to turn out for the People's Climate March to advocate for climate action.

Environmental Rules Played Minor Role in Coal’s Decline

Environmental regulations played a small role in the coal industry's decline, a Columbia University report says.

How Trump’s Monuments Review Could Impact Climate

The Trump administration will recommend to Congress ways it can shrink or abolish national monuments.

Heidi Cullen Speaks at March for Science

Cullen speaks to crowd marching for sound science in Washington D.C.

Pollution From Canada’s Oil Sands May Be Underreported

A new study shows air pollution from Canada's oil sands could be 4 times higher than previously reported.

China, India Become Climate Leaders as West Falters

As rich countries have foundered, India and China have emerged as global leaders in tackling warming.

Climate Change Was the Epicenter of March for Science

Here's why the March for Science was the perfect vehicle to talk about climate change.

The Energy Dept. Website Shifts Focus to the Economy

References to greenhouse gases and reducing petroleum have been deleted in favor of the economy.

The March For Science is Heading to Greenland

One of the March for Science's most remote marches will focus heavily on climate change.

A Cooler Future May Hinge on Removing CO2 From the Air

Removing carbon dioxide from the air may be the most effective way to meet the globe's ambitious climate goals.

Scientists: Get Used to Wildfires in a Warming World

Communities across the West will have to adapt to living with the ever-increasing threat of wildfires.

Op-Ed: A View From the Top: The Growing Role of Scientists

The march is not about politics. It is about not throwing away our great engine of truth.

Rich Countries Urged to Honor Climate Pledges

Climate financing was a major bone of contention during negotiations in Paris in 2015.

NOAA Is Still Lacking an Administrator to Lead Agency

President Trump has yet to appoint the head of the U.S. weather and climate agency.

Carbon Emissions Factor Into Major Oil Sands Shakeup

Major oil companies, feeling pressure from low oil prices and global climate policy, are fleeing Canada's oil sands.