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Friday's earthquake underscored the deadly risks in a region defined by both natural disasters and the fossil fuel industry.
What does census data mean for access to clean air and water? Everything.
It’s the latest evidence that we have left the bounds of “normal” weather on a “normal” planet.
Biden has outpaced Trump in selling oil and gas permits on public lands. A federal judge has temporarily paused "runaway drilling."
The proposed rule requires companies to disclose emissions — even, in some cases, scope 3 climate pollution stemming from their products.
From Ohio's fracking fields to California's oil refineries, residents are tracking pollution missed by the EPA.
Both for the people and, potentially, for the planet
In a landmark fusion experiment in Oxfordshire, England, researchers generated 59 megajoules of heat over five seconds — blasting the previous record of 21.7 megajoules, set in 1997, out of the water.
More than a third of risky U.S. chemical facilities face threats exacerbated by global warming, according to a new report.