The planet is our beat.
The Interior secretary lines up drills just outside Bears Ears; Pruitt tries to wipe out decades of research and refuses to explain his soundproof booth.
A new study suggests the bloodsuckers may be a low-cost, low-effort method for sampling biodiversity.
California cities square off against oil companies in a debate over who’s to blame for a warming planet.
State gets a climate denial upgrade, judge orders Pruitt to move on smog, and oil companies write their own offshore drilling rules.
The effort to designate the Sunshine State’s famous pink birds as natives could have huge implications for their survival.
Environmental awareness and social justice mix provocatively at the Whitney Museum’s new show, “Between the Waters”