The planet is our beat.
Indianan Jim Brainard has been making the post-partisan case for building sustainable, resilient cities for more than 20 years.
Nicolas Holiber’s reclaimed-wood sculptures highlight the threat of climate change to avian city-dwellers.
Plus, the administration’s culture of secrecy is under investigation, and Ryan Zinke is now working for oil and gas companies (officially, I mean).
The forced relocation of hundreds of staffers is seen by many as a precursor to the agency’s dissolution—and a sell-off of public lands to the states.
The agency aims to stop citizens from challenging pollution permits—while continuing to allow challenges from polluters who want to pollute more.
The administration relocates science jobs, refuses to fill others, and tosses a lifeline to polluters (while silencing citizens).