Palm oil giant promises freeze, then moves to clear 6K acres
Satellite images show that a Korean palm oil company is on track to clear nearly 6,000 acres of forest in a remote region of Indonesia, just three weeks after it agreed to pause new land developments.
Would erasing national monuments unravel climate protections?
When President Obama proclaimed 5,000 miles of Atlantic Ocean off the New England coast a national monument, the threat of climate change played a key role in his reasoning.
Climate change is in the crosshairs of BLM rule repeal
When the Interior Department unveiled a sweeping final plan in September to develop renewable energy across the California desert while protecting species like the Mohave ground squirrel from climate change, many hailed it as setting a new standard in federal land management policy.
Tree-lined suburbs increasingly threatened by climate change
The suburbs evoke images of white picket fences and organized sports, a peaceful escape from big-city living. But new research finds verdant residential communities are increasingly likely to go up in smoke.
Jewell bids farewell to D.C., heads for the parks
Sally Jewell has left the District.