Despite the rancor of the U.S. presidential election and transition, supporting nuclear power and streamlining transmission line and pipeline construction could provide a bipartisan path forward on energy and climate
If the new president delays climate action as promised, the world is far more likely to miss its Paris agreement goals
The president-elect has taken what is widely seen as a hostile stance toward the scientific community. Here’s why
The committee has jurisdiction over $40 billion in federal budgets, and influence on climate research and environmental regulations
A 43-day storm that began in December 1861 put central and southern California underwater for up to six months, and it could happen again
These maps show the “threat hotspots” around the world where consumption in the U.S. and Japan impact endangered wildlife. This video was reproduced with permission and was first published on January 4, 2017. It is a Nature Video production.