Staff wary but ready to work with Pruitt amid new email dump
Newly appointed U.S. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt yesterday tried to extend an olive branch to worried staffers hours before consenting to a judge's order and releasing more than 7,000 pages of emails with energy firms.
Scientists rally in Boston
Hundreds of people rallied in Boston this weekend to "stand up for science" in protest of President Trump's policies and in a sign of momentum for scientists organizing a march on Washington later this spring.
Data infrastructure worries energize climate activists
Roughly 60 volunteers eschewed the unseasonably warm Washington weather this weekend to huddle in a darkened conference room at Georgetown University for a presentation on the history of U.S. environmental policy and federal climate research.
NASA still sharing data despite Trump admin stance
On Twitter and other social media, NASA has dutifully shared climate and environmental data gleaned from flights and satellites in the first weeks of the Trump administration with warnings about the consequences of inaction.
Libertarian think tank hires climate attorney
The libertarian Niskanen Center has hired top climate lawyer David Bookbinder as its chief counsel, the think tank announced yesterday.