It’s like clockwork. A disaster occurs and the airwaves are full of appeals for help from all of us who are clearly more fortunate
Houston and Southwest Texas are drowning in what the National Weather Service estimates to be 9 trillion gallons of rainwater—so far [as of two
On her way out the door, after 30 years with the Environmental Protection Agency, Elizabeth Southerland left a scathing note detailing why she quit.
At the annual gathering of The American Geophysical Union in fall of 2016, more than twenty-three thousand earth and space scientists from around the
“Don’t let anybody tell you we’re going to get on rocket ships and live on Mars. This is our home.” Eleven years after “An
“Climate change is not just about statistics. Climate change is not just about science. Climate change is about human rights.” – Ursula Rakova, Founder
Halfway between Norway and the North Pole in the chilly waters of the Arctic Ocean lie the Svalbard Islands. On one of the largest,
The EPA’s Office of Science and Technology [OST] no longer includes the word science in its mission statement. That’s a big effing deal, says
Newly elected Presidents do not obtain formal power for over two months, but it feels like they gain control immediately. Their major appointments and
Perhaps it’s always been this way; humankind has been more motivated by emotions than reason and the primary emotion that generates beliefs is fear.