Pandemic relief funding should provide a much-needed boost to scientific research. And we should steer those dollars toward where they can do the most good.
The biggest oil spill in history resulted in billions of dollars in settlements—and a massive scientific movement.
A trio of bills making their way through Congress would boost research and development for technologies that could contribute substantially to future U.S. energy production and consumption.
Legislation would require federal science agencies to adopt and enforce strong scientific integrity policies.
The Senate Democrats’ Special Committee on the Climate Crisis gets advice on how to better communicate about climate change with conservatives.
Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson calls on science agencies to provide information about their strategy for implementing the executive order eliminating one third of federal advisory committees.
Nearly 10 years after the introduction of the ambitious Waxman-Markey climate change bill, experts assess the chances of climate legislation.
Congressional leaders call for strong action to fight climate change at a campaign-style rally in Washington, D.C.
Landmark study calls for urgent “transformative changes” to meet goals for conserving and sustainably using nature.
Democrats and environmental groups applaud the first major piece of climate legislation to pass the House in 10 years, but chances for passage in the Senate are slim.