The most urgent imperative now is to turn our fear and frustration into votes.
Portland's communities of color, people experiencing homelessness, and surrounding tribes will continue to be the hardest hit by disproportionate impacts if the planned cleanup of the Portland Harbor Superfund site does not move forward.
The public is finally waking up to the gravity of the cause.
SEPA has immense value for many other protections, but when it comes to urban home building, it's too easily hijacked by anyone with a gripe and enough time and money on their hands to launch a dragged out appeal.
With one stroke of his pen, the president could get the RFS monkey off his back and protect the health of all Americans.
A new plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in New Mexico using satellites and big data sets a standard that other states should follow.
The US government has become dangerously complacent about public health.
Liberal leaders line up to praise her. Yet their inaction shows they are not really listening, says science writer Stephen Buranyi.
In a campaign, actions speak louder than words and on Friday, Andrew Scheer's decision to take a pass on the climate march could not but speak loudly as to the depth or lack thereof of his party's commitment to tackling climate change.
350 individuals and 50 groups in Southwestern PA's fracking country are urging the governor to hear from impacted communities