Earth scientists #ShutDownSTEM — and reckon with racism in their departments

Nationwide, only 3 percent of earth and environmental scientists are black.

Supreme Court clears way for Atlantic Coast Pipeline to cross Appalachian Trail

A massive natural gas pipeline could be a future AT thru-hiker

Opinion: If you care about the planet, you must dismantle white supremacy

It’s time for strong commitments to racial justice from every corner of the climate movement.

5 Sunscreen Myths Debunked

What lockdown? Traffic returns, and so do carbon emissions

It's almost like the pandemic never happened.

Women just won big in New Mexico’s primary. Here’s what that means for climate change.

In the past year and a half, New Mexico has advanced some of the most ambitious…

This sculpture is a mood ring for the Great Barrier Reef

An artist talks about his environmentally responsive artwork.

EPA said giving polluters a pass protected its workers. Its own union says that’s gaslighting.

Tensions are boiling over as the EPA looks to reopen regional offices.

EWG News Roundup (6/12): Landmark California Cosmetics Bill Clears Hurdle, COVID-19 Afflicts Food Processors and More

A bill in Congress could get to the bottom of how coronavirus links air pollution and racism

The Environmental Justice COVID-19 Act would allocate an additional $50 million to EPA grant programs.