Senators barely mention climate programs at hearing
President Trump's pick to lead the Department of Agriculture fielded a wide variety of questions from friendly lawmakers yesterday but shed little light on the administration's plans for the agency's wide-ranging climate change programs.
Meet one satellite Trump's budget didn't kill
Nobody really knows why the Landsat 9 satellite was saved.
Great Barrier Reef's future looks grim
Australia's iconic Great Barrier Reef is likely doomed without immediate action on climate change, according to a major study published yesterday in the journal Nature.
Zinke, lawmakers avoid climate talk at first hearing
In his first Capitol Hill appearance as head of the Department of the Interior, Secretary Ryan Zinke yesterday stressed his commitment to tribal sovereignty and his determination to push for infrastructure investment in native communities.
Do Republicans have the votes to kill Obama's methane regs?
After a week confirming President Trump's Cabinet nominees, the Senate yesterday returned to choking off Obama-era regulations using the wide-reaching Congressional Review Act.