Monthly Archives: October 2017

As he proposes to cut nearly $400 million from the National Park Service budget, President Trump wants to triple the cost of entering some parks.

Three new studies examine the past — and future — and find hints of fast, and large, sea level rise.

The plan to offer nearly 77 million acres in the Gulf of Mexico for oil and gas leases is the largest in U.S. history.

Rising seas could leave New York facing a Sandy-style storm every five years, new research finds.

A conference in Rhode Island suddenly has a much higher profile after EPA scientists were prevented from presenting their work.

The Senate rejected an amendment Thursday aimed at protecting the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge from drilling.

The two-year project relied on data from researchers in more than 130 countries.

Eight former members of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission — including five former chairmen — have filed a letter with the commission in opposition of Rick Perry's plan.

The administrator promises a directive in the coming week to “fix” the problem.

Trump trade official accuses Canada and Mexico of being unwilling to give up “unfair advantages"

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