The planet is our beat.
A collection of 45,000 items gleaned from New Yorkers’ garbage sends a powerful message about our consumption habits.
The agency’s first administrator built the EPA from scratch—and established the nonpartisan, antipolluter culture that the Trump administration has all but abandoned.
The president wants the EPA to fix his toilet, and an Interior official finds himself in deep doo-doo.
How protecting the okapi could bring income, sanitation, health services, and security to a remote area of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
In the latest issue of the literary quarterly McSweeney’s, 10 short-story writers imagine what the world might look like in 20 years without effective climate action.
Week 150: Trump Is Pro-Fence When It Comes to Immigration, Anti-Fence When It Comes to Protecting Kids’ Health
Plus, the solar industry pleads for mercy, and the president says he thinks about climate change “all the time.” Hmm.