Weeks before Trump’s inauguration, the phrase "climate change" vanished from a CDC website.
The divide between Atlantic and Arctic isn't just geographical, it's physical. And the physics are changing.
Acting administrator Timothy Gallaudet said it was not “a final, vetted proposal.”
Critics decry the idea of changing the mission of NOAA, the U.S.'s $5.9 billion oceans and atmospheric agency.
Mary Neumayr has a reputation as a pragmatist.
Antarctica lost 3 trillion tons of ice in the last 25 years — and the losses are getting faster.
The storms are dragging out the punishment they deliver to coastlines, research finds.
Two House Republicans demand NRDC register as a foreign agent for carrying out environmental work in China.
The United States is adrift on climate change.
White House officials last year weighed whether to simply “ignore” the climate findings emerging from federal agencies under President Trump or instead develop “a coherent, fact-based message about climate science,” according to a memo obtained by The Washington Post.