Hurricane Fiona threatens Puerto Rico’s fragile recovery

Five years after Maria, another slow-moving storm "catches the island at the very worst moment."

It’s official: California is phasing out gas-powered cars by 2035

“This is a historic moment for California, for our partner states, and for the world.”

“The results will be dire”: Extreme heat to impact a quarter of US by midcentury

Some 107 million Americans will experience heat index temperatures above 125 degrees F by 2053, according…

In exchange for climate legislation, Joe Manchin was promised a pipeline. Will he get it?

The agreement might not solve the Mountain Valley Pipeline’s biggest problem: compliance with environmental law.

Pennsylvania just lost a key tool to address its abandoned oil well problem

"It’s a green light for the conventional oil and gas industry to continue to do what…

Here are 3 ways the EPA can still regulate climate pollution

After West Virginia v. EPA, the Clean Air Act still holds the keys to climate action.

How 60-year-old weather data is flooding Texas with pollution

“Texas’ petrochemical industry is unprepared for severe rainfall because our laws and regulations have not kept…

Jessica Reznicek set fire to Dakota Access Pipeline construction. Is she a terrorist?

Amid tightening protest laws, the activist is appealing a district court’s ruling applying a “terrorism enhancement”…

What overturning Roe v. Wade means for pregnant people in pollution hotspots

Communities near polluting sites tend to be disproportionately lower income and people of color — populations…

Biden signs Earth Day executive order to protect old-growth forests

The order contains vague language around logging, disappointing some environmentalists calling for a ban on the…