Salt Lake City’s Jackie Biskupski faces one of the most conservative congressional delegations in the country, but that’s not stopping her from trying to push her city into a future of clean air, renewable energy, and (hopefully) deep snow
On a good day, driving down I-405 here in Los Angeles is considered the commute from hell. Yesterday, things got a little more literal.
Three months after the hurricane, fly-fishing guides wrestle with what the future of their industry might look like
Filmmaker Jason van Bruggen and his team from DOT DOT DASH spent May in Greenland at Swiss Camp Polar Research station with Dr. Konrad Steffen from WSL exploring the Arctic science that foreshadows and explains the impacts of our changing climate.
This month's massive government climate report sounds the alarm about the rising risk of wildfire. Will the Trump Administration listen?
A leaked five-year strategic plan has zero mention of “climate change” or “diversity,” marking a major pivot away from its predecessor
The longtime DOI employee says he was forced out because he spoke up about the risk climate change poses to Alaskans. We caught up with him to talk the state of the Interior, how his colleagues are faring, and what he'd say to Secretary Ryan Zinke if given the chance.
His misguided immigration and climate-change policies are worse than January rain
The writer and activist's nighttime essentials
There are 137 large wildfires raging across 7.8 million acres in what might be the worst fire season ever