The court’s exclusion of scientists from the environmental rulemaking process comes full circle as the EPA strips federal protections for wetlands.
An open letter from geoscientists supports a bill to remove racist slurs from federally recognized lakes, creeks, canyons, and other small landforms.
Policymakers need scientists. Here’s how one geoscientist contributed to a U.S. congressional report that’s already churning out legislation—and real action.
A revised definition of which waters can be protected from pollution by the federal government ignores established science.
A recent Congressional hearing and National Science Board report show that U.S. leadership faces growing global competition.
Legislation will call for a 100% clean U.S. economy by 2050.
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.
Experts call for more tools to help communities mitigate and adapt to climate change to curb the impacts and costs of natural disasters.
Legislation would require federal science agencies to adopt and enforce strong scientific integrity policies.
Republican Francis Rooney and Democrat Paul Tonko hope that Congress can move forward to address climate change.