The planet is our beat.
A new report finds that huge shipments of shark fins are smuggled through U.S. ports on the way to their final destinations.
The people of Papua New Guinea treasure feathers from the Pesquet’s parrot for use in ceremonial headdresses. But the practice could be driving the birds to extinction.
A newly proposed rule would let Andrew Wheeler decide what kind of science is—and isn’t—allowed to inform our country’s public health protections.
Week 147: Trump Officials Stonewall Investigators . . . at the EPA. (What Did You Think We Were Talking About?)
Plus, the EPA’s secret science rule is so “1984,” and Trump declares himself “very much into climate,” which is so “Pinocchio.”
While the state smoldered, the president lashed out at Governor Newsom—and completely ignored the role played by climate change.
The president’s promise to renegotiate the international climate agreement was always a smogscreen, the oil industry has a red phone at Interior, and will Trump bring food trucks to Old Faithful?