Here’s what to watch for as the president tries to find common ground with world leaders.
Black and brown people from urban areas face many barriers to outdoor recreation. Here's how one group overcame them on Lake Superior.
Since 2007, the number of acres the government has paid farmers and ranchers to conserve has declined. The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Conservation Reserve Program subsidizes the removal of environmentally sensitive land from agricultural production.
“The main frontier for deep decarbonization right now is social and political—it is a question of power,” says the author of a new study that finds there isn’t enough public momentum to force companies and governments to transition fast enough.
As climate change alters our world, Michigan's bounty of fresh water — if managed smartly — could be the foundation of a thriving state economy and superior quality of life.
The president and former vice president had a private phone call amid concerns the White House might strip climate measures from infrastructure deal.
The Labor Department says it will issue optional guidance to other employers. Some advocacy groups say more is needed.
The number of vaccine doses administered to children dropped by as much 63 percent as stay-at-home orders were issued in spring of 2020.
By all accounts, Dr. Rochelle Walensky is a fierce advocate and an empathetic scientist. But C.D.C. advice must be better attuned to the real world, critics say.
Maps show that drought conditions are the most widespread and severe in at least 20 years, with reservoirs running dry.