The president’s ongoing war on science has significantly weakened researchers’ ability to respond to COVID-19 and other looming public health and environmental crises.
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While hiding inconvenient facts may not be the intention behind EPA’s COVID-19 policy, it could very well be its effect.
Three Earth Institute experts weigh in.
Tribes Claim U.S. Government Violates Human Rights by Failing to Address Climate-Forced Displacement
Five U.S. tribes claim that climate change compromises their human rights, including rights to life, health, housing, water, sanitation, and a healthy environment.
A new paper provides a comprehensive overview of our understanding of how humans are affecting the global climate system, and its application in legal settings.
The decision may open the door for climate refugee claims down the line.
Report finds extreme heat, coastal storm surge, inland flooding and more violent storms will significantly impact the energy systems of the New York City area in the 21st century.
Extreme weather events are becoming more frequent and severe. Here are 12 ways the law can help society cope with these impacts.
A recent event at Columbia University debated the pros and cons.