Remember Sharpiegate? The White House has a plan to prevent future shenanigans.

Federal task force launches strategy to restore the public's trust in science.

New research shows sustained damage to agricultural land near pipelines

A flurry of new research shows the long-term effects of pipelines on crop yields.

The country’s biggest solar farm is coming to one of the coal-friendliest states

How one small farming community in Indiana came to embrace a massive solar project.

In Michigan, a new housing project shows that sustainable development isn’t only for the rich

Urban planners see it as a building model in a climate-conscious world.

Indigenous and environmental activists say they were illegally spied on

A lawsuit alleges the Oregon Department of Justice ran a "spy agency."

100 degrees in the Arctic? Climate change is destabilizing the north and south poles.

Rising temperatures prompt World Meteorological Organization to add new category to its climate extreme archives.

A Missouri gas company figured out how to keep its illegal pipeline running

By using 400,000 customers as leverage.

Blizzard warnings in Hawaii, no snow in Denver: What’s behind this month’s wild weather?

This December is giving a whole new meaning to weather whiplash.

A freeway ripped the heart out of Black life in Detroit. Now Michigan wants to tear it down.

Highway removal is the easy part. Making reparations is where it gets complicated.

Food banks are struggling to fill their shelves, and it’s not just supply chain issues

Climate change, inflation, and price gouging are also at play.