It could change backcountry experiences for visitors.

Move would reverse 2001 roadless rule, opening up more than half of North America’s biggest temperate rainforest to development

PFAS are the subject of a new movie and lawmakers' ire.

It's a test for the energy secretary who always got along with Congress.

Film and television star to bring Thursday night teach-ins and “Fire Drill Fridays.”

EPA proposes first overhaul of regulation for lead in drinking water supplies. “It’s a national embarrassment," one expert says of the current rule, which has been in place since 1991.

The international organization suggests a carbon tax that would cost $75 per ton by 2030.

They're the new symbol of Trump's deregulatory agenda.

The energy secretary hasn't been accused of wrongdoing.

It's a new era of climate politics.

The former Texas governor, who has touted fossil fuels but also research into alternative energy,will likely return to the private sector.

The mild-mannered energy secretary says he'll cooperate.

Residents of New Jersey's biggest city can drink tap water again, but they want to know why they had to use bottled water for so long in the first place.

Democrats fear it means less attention to climate change issues.

Renouncing fossil fuel money has become a big part of 2020 race.

If that's not your cup of tea, consider buying loose-leaf varieties.

Industry worried about rule rollbacks holding up in court.

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