'We need to drastically reduce our use of fossil fuels,' the Treasury secretary's wife posted.
As communities rebuild after West Virginia's 2016 once-in-a-millennia flooding, the state's response to the climate challenge has been mixed, at best, raising questions about how prepared people will be for the next disaster.
How should a company that generates most of its profits by serving the world's enormous appetite for oil navigate a long-term future in which shifting political and economic tides threaten to make fossil fuels obsolete?
The latest massive conflagrations there are evidence that a hotter climate has thrust Australia into a new normal where fires will keep burning on an unprecedented scale.
If the Trump administration's own scientific advisory board, a host of biological societies, and scores of former government agency officials are disappointed, the rest of America should be fearful and angry.
As the conditions on the Ohio — and its cargo — become more hazardous, key regulatory organizations struggle to keep up with the growing demands of this water highway.
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