Democrats say it doesn't move fast enough.

The president had urged the Tennessee Valley Authority to keep open one of the plants, which buys much of its coal from a mining company chaired by one of his major donors.

The Environmental Protection Agency unveiled what officials called a historic effort to rein in a class of long-lasting chemicals, known as PFAS, that scientists say pose serious health risks.

Its new chair called for "rigorous scientific discourse."

The trove of emails shows the extent to which he communicated and socialized with his former associates even though many of them had clients with business before the EPA.

But the Land and Water Conservation Fund is not guaranteed funding.

On a bipartisan vote, the Senate passed the biggest public lands conservation package in a decade on Tuesday.

The U.S. Climate Alliance just got four new Midwest and Southwest states.

It's not traditionally something favored by the left.

The agency’s inspection rate last year is half of what it was in 2010, while the civil penalties levied against polluters is the lowest since 1994.

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Sen. Ed Markey introduced the sweeping proposal yesterday.

A startling study says that the most devastating storms -- those, like Hurricane Michael, which intensify rapidly -- are already more common.

“There’s not unanimity,” said Rep. Raúl Grijalva, a supporter of the draft and chairman of the House Natural Resources Committee.

They say it's about social justice.

The Key West City Commission voted to ban sunscreens containing oxybenzone and octinoxate, two chemicals deemed damaging to coral reefs.

New research shows the planet is already paralleling the most recent major warm period in its past. Now the only question is how fast Antarctica could collapse.

Experts say that climate change might already be fueling an increase in the number of billion-dollar disasters.

It's usually one of his favorite talking points.

Activists and academics who focus on climate change will be attending.

Bernhardt is a former lobbyist who has helped orchestrate the Trump administration’s push to expand oil and gas drilling as the Interior Department’s number-two official.

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