Trump Showed How Easy It Is To Break The EPA. It's Much Harder To Fix It.
“The EPA is still in crisis,” one environmentalist said.
EPA Employees Want To Put Protections Against Attacks On Science Into Their Union Contract
“We are looking to be the first union in the nation to have a scientific integrity article in our contract."
“It’s Now Or Never”: The Next Three Years Are Crucial To Preventing The Worst Impacts Of Climate Change
"We are on a fast track to climate disaster," United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres said.
Dozens Of Nuclear Workers Got Sick At A Secret Training Exercise In 1991. They’re Still Fighting For Answers.
“I had mucus running from my nose to the ground and was coughing uncontrollably to the point that I nearly threw up.”
The War In Ukraine Exposes The World's Utter Reliance On Fossil Fuels
“The role of oil and gas in the global economy is very deeply embedded, so any shift is going to take a long time,” one expert said.
Here’s What The New Climate Report Says About The Future Of My 1-Year-Old Daughter
Not halting global warming, said one expert, “would be the final, truly unfair thing to do to a generation of kids coming up right now.”
Climate Change Threatens Life As We Know It And The Only Way To Minimize The Damage Is To Act Now, Hundreds Of Scientists Warn
“Scientific evidence is unequivocal: Climate change is a threat to human well-being and planetary health,” concludes the report.
“I Have Nowhere To Go”: This Woman Lost Her New Jersey Apartment Due To Ida’s Flooding. Government Officials Just Evicted Her From Her Temporary Housing.
Lataiyyah Washington is one of more than 600 people who lost their subsidized housing in Elizabeth, New Jersey, due to the storm.
This Top Biden Climate Official Knows You're Anxious And They're Working On It, All Right???
“There’s just anxiety that we’re not going to be able to do what we say,” said the chair of the White House Council on Environmental Quality.
Congrats: If You’re Reading This, You Just Survived One Of The Hottest Years Ever
“Temperatures will keep rising as long as we keep increasing greenhouse gases,” one climate scientist said.
The Federal Government Is Still Undercounting Extreme Weather And Climate Deaths
NOAA announced that at least 688 people died from extreme weather in 2021, but BuzzFeed News has shown that the true toll is much higher.
Texas Is Still Not Recognizing The Full Death Toll Of Last Year’s Devastating Winter Storm
The state now says that 246 people were killed in last February’s winter storm. An updated analysis by BuzzFeed News puts the number at more than 750.
“Baked From The Inside Out”: 2021 Proved Climate Change Is Here And It Is Deadly
The climate crisis is here, the US is woefully unprepared, and people are already paying with their lives.
International Travelers Must Now Show A Negative COVID-19 Test 24 Hours Before Entering The US
The Biden administration instituted new rules for boosters, COVID tests, and travel after the first Omicron case in the US was identified.
The First Case Of The Omicron Variant Has Been Found In The US, The CDC Says
"The individual, who was fully vaccinated and had mild symptoms that are improving, is self-quarantining and has been since testing positive," according to the CDC.
“We’re Extremely Disappointed”: Climate Negotiations Ended With A Deal That Some Nations Say Is Not Enough
“We were told that COP26 was the last best chance to keep 1.5 C alive, but it’s been placed on life support," said an activist.
Prevent Catastrophic Climate Change Or Keep Burning Coal? You Can’t Have Both.
"By 2030 in the United States, we won’t have coal,” US Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry claimed this week.
We’re Talking About The Cost Of Climate Change All Wrong
Failing to act on climate change, climate experts warn, will cost even more money. So we tried to calculate just how much.
The Climate Crisis, By The Numbers: Your Guide To Humanity’s Greatest Challenge
Where our planet stands today, how we got to this point, and what we must do to avoid disaster.
"Enough Of Treating Nature Like A Toilet": The UN Leader Is Fed Up With Climate Inaction
World leaders gathered at an international climate summit in Glasgow on Monday to discuss how to avert climate catastrophe.