E&E Special Reports

Ice Bound

E&E News explores the Arctic

Off Topic

Energy and environmental newsmakers dish on politics, pet peeves and their TV addictions.

Bloodbath: Red ink pours over Northwest dams

E&E News examines the Northwest dams

Climate in the Courts: Juliana v. United States

Twenty-one young Americans sue the government over climate change.

Green New Deal

E&E News' continuing coverage of the Green New Deal

Recipe For Change

The impact of global warming on food supplies.

E&E News Highlights

Recent reporting about one of the most interesting policy areas on Earth.

Shifting Precedent: The Climate Battle in the West

E&E News' continuing coverage of emerging legal trends on the climate impacts of fossil fuel development on public lands

WOTUS in the West

A look at three Western waters caught in regulatory limbo.

People to Watch 2019

E&E News rounds up key players on energy and environmental policy.

Rollback River

How the Walton Family Foundation became a force on the Colorado River.

When the Wells Run Dry

E&E News examines the West's mismanagement of groundwater, an unseen environmental disaster that threatens to send America's food system into meltdown.

Power Shift: 2018 Midterms

E&E News' ongoing coverage of the changes taking place on Capitol Hill.

Campaign 2018

E&E News coverage of the 2018 elections, which could dramatically shift the national balance of power – in Washington, D.C., and state capitals around the country.