The Haynesville Shale spans parts of Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas, and accounts for almost 13% of natural gas production in the U.S.
SCOTUS ruled 6-3 that the EPA overstepped its authority in regulating greenhouse gas emissions from power plants. What comes next?
The world's biggest fossil fuel firms are quietly planning 195 projects that each would emit over a billion tons of carbon.
The draft opinion of SCOTUS to overturn Roe v. Wade's precedent sparks conversations connecting climate change and reproductive health.
Following the tumultuous 1960's, the U.S. passed a historic slate of landmark environmental laws. Could today's divided nation do the same?
Even though the flu is worst in the winter, climate change has a surprising and counterintuitive effect on the severity of this virus.
We may never notice it ourselves, but climate change and air pollution can actually affect our day-to-day performance at our jobs.
Between upfront costs, regulatory hurdles, overlooked synergies, and social inequalities, greenspaces have yet to reach their full potential.
Fracking doesn't just bring environmental issues, but economic, health, and justice ones too. Can fracking be improved or should we wean off?
Airplanes emit greenhouse gases, create air and noise pollution, and operate in an unstable economy, but there are ways to alleviate this.