Why is the story of climate catastrophe so hard to tell?
The latest issue of New York Times Magazine offers a surprising, controversial answer.
The legislation is a boon to fossil fuel companies not only because of what it includes, but what it doesn't.
No longer content to just deny climate change, the administration is now making the moral case for burning oil and coal.
The EPA administrator's media aversion, unavailable public schedule, and a history of industry favors are raising red flags.
With Donald Trump creating a leadership void, other countries must build on the momentum of the Paris agreement.
Officials postponed the auction of an oil and gas development lease until next spring
Some of the event's sponsors might be part of the problem, not the solution.