The administration's carbon rule is fundamentally flawed on legal, policy and practical grounds
Energy & Environment
The Pope will argue that world leaders have a moral obligation to act on climate change.
There is wide agreement in the United States on Pope Francis’ call for action on climate change.
The Oath Keepers believe that the American people, through the federal government, have no right to public lands.
There are troubling inconsistencies over at EPA.
It is unclear if further lowering of ozone - particularly manmade contributions - will provide measurable health benefits.
It seems unbelievable that the U.S. would perpetuate a policy that limits free trade and removes a strong diplomatic tool from our arsenal.
Wind energy is one of the biggest, fastest, cheapest ways the U.S. can cut carbon pollution.
Spurred by the visible, life-threatening effects of climate change, faith leaders across denominations have underlined this moment in history.
Can the power of the pope help save the planet?