Earth Day arrives this year with serious questions about the United States’ commitment to preserve a clean environment.
If Texas were a country, it would be the third-largest natural gas producer and the sixth-largest wind power generator in the world.
We received a letter to the editor from U.S. Rep. Lamar Smith in response to Director Robert Rivard’s column that challenged the politicization of science.
Ninety percent of the world’s climate scientists agree that manmade climate change is accelerating. Here are just three reasons why climate research is urgently needed.
Smith has publicly asserted that the degree to which humans influence climate change has been overstated by “the liberal media.”
After Donald Trump’s first month in Washington, he has made straight for some of his most controversial campaign promises – moving ahead with plans for his border wall, attempting to ban refugees from seven predominantly Muslim countries, and escalating his war with the media.
Rick Perry said that he believed humans contributed to climate change and that he no longer supported the dissolution of the Department of Energy.
With the Trump administration looming, some of the world’s most progressive cities on climate change have offered public support to their U. S. counterparts.
Protesters outside ETP’s San Antonio headquarters connected its behavior in North Dakota with the expansion of export-based gas pipelines in the Big Bend area.
The film notes that scientists have been studying climate change for decades. What is “new,” is that climate change is happening even faster than scientists originally anticipated