Arctic warming is 'unprecedented' in human history
Climate change is pushing the Arctic into "uncharted territory" by melting ice at alarming rates and causing a large number of polar species to die as temperatures persistently reach record-breaking highs.
Science adviser allowed oil group to edit research
When EPA begins a major review of air pollution standards this week, a researcher who has received funding from an industry group opposed to the rules will be leading the agency's panel.
This is when the GOP turned away from climate policy
At the start of the George H.W. Bush presidency, the Republican Party fretted about the dangers of climate change. By the end, it was focused on doubt and inaction.
Trump admin claims other countries questioning Paris deal
The White House is insisting that other nations might withdraw from the Paris climate agreement, an extraordinary assertion aimed at undermining the global accord.
Bush had lasting impact on climate, air policy
The late President George H.W. Bush is the reason why President Trump has been asked about climate change in the last week more than at any other time in his presidency.