If confirmed, Applegate would fill a yearlong vacancy at the head of the agency.
Europe is launching an ambitious mission to decarbonize many of its urban areas within a decade. But is it realistic?
The United States has always been a scientific powerhouse, but following a sudden announcement from ICE, some worry that “we’re just going to get so far behind.”
A student who saw his climate research misrepresented in online forums shares the experience, as well as lessons learned and recommendations for how to counter efforts to distort climate science.
Legislation will call for a 100% clean U.S. economy by 2050.
Michael Bloomberg and Jerry Brown joined AGU’s Chris McEntee at Fall Meeting 2019 in San Francisco to discuss their new report on climate strategies.
Neil Jacobs said that the Trump administration is committed to the important mission of weather forecasting, while also stating that the weather service team has his and the department’s full support.
In the wake of statements made by the president and his appointees during Hurricane Dorian, three former NOAA chiefs insist on the return of scientific integrity.
Ricardo Galvão was fired from the institute that monitors deforestation in the Amazon. Now he and other scientists are speaking out against attacks on science.
A former State Department analyst says that suppressing scientific information weakens the nation.