Trying to parse through all the misdirection in a Trump speech on the environment is like staring straight at a solar eclipse
‘I don’t think we are ready for the coming tsunami of climate mental health impacts.’
Some candidates are walking the talk. Others are far murkier.
Move away from the rising seas and you may find yourself fighting extreme temperatures, floods, and poison air.
The president has made some big promises to fund scientific research. His budget proposal tells a different story.
Driving through Madagascar, a country caught between modernization and tradition, it feels almost insulting to look away, even for a few minutes—you would miss too much.
On the same day that a fresh outbreak of Ebola hit the Democratic Republic of Congo, the administration rescinded $252 million in Ebola aid.
The leader of the American response to the disease is worried the new administration might be leaving science behind for politics.
A new method is cheaper to produce and offers broader coverage than existing vaccines—but has only been tested in animals so far.