Hydrofluorocarbons are powerful greenhouse gases.
The two seemingly opposing forces can form a dynamic duo in times of crisis.
There are more options than ever.
There’s overwhelming evidence that air pollution is a serious public health problem.
Scientists have described Trump appointees meddling with everything from nutrition research to COVID-19 data to mining and survey reports.
Industries are exceeding allowable emissions without facing consequences.
The EPA turns a blind eye while a powerful heat-trapping gas leaks from drilling sites and pipelines.
The EPA has ignored reports that Superfund sites are not resilient to climate change, and communities are at risk.
More than 60 percent of Alaskans oppose the proposal, which would develop an area known for the largest sockeye salmon...
Nationwide, almost half are caused by out-of-state emissions.
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