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The invitation seems designed to bolster Bridenstine's scientific credentials as he struggles to get the Senate votes necessary for confirmation. Opponents have charged the former military pilot lacks sufficient background
The environmental legacy of past presidents tells us much about the current White House, whose occupant author Douglas Brinkley calls "a used car salesman of the worst kind." In this "Between the Lines" Q&A, the historian talks about what we can learn from TR and FDR, the future of the environmental movement and the role of journalists.
Nearly two-thirds of U.S. coal producing states lost coal mining jobs in 2017, even as overall employment in the downtrodden sector grew modestly, according to preliminary government data obtained by Reuters.
On Jan. 16, the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality held an informational meeting regarding a nuclear power plant's request to increase the amount of toxic waste they pump into the air.
A recent study has found rising temperatures and frequently reoccurring heatwaves are reducing 'normal sperm' in Australian birds.
International experts are asking for NGOs and governments to include women in their initiatives to fight against climate in agriculture.
States in the Midwest do not require any kind of buffer zone between schools and crop fields and seldom require any notification that pesticides are about to be sprayed, a review of laws by the Midwest Center for Investigative Reporting has found.
Access to higher-quality grocery stores doesn't significantly improve people's eating habits, a new study finds.
By 2050 many of the world's major cities will face surface water shortages, spurring regional conflict and competition for scarce resources.
Girls born to mothers who took acetaminophen during pregnancy have much higher risk of delay in developing speaking skills