Hurricane Eta Devastates Central America as U.S. Withdraws From Climate Accord
Indigenous communities in Honduras, Nicaragua, and Guatemala were among the hardest hit. Now another hurricane is arriving.
U.S. Withdrawal From Paris Agreement Casts the Stakes of Election in Planetary Terms
Joe Biden has promised to reenter the Paris climate accord on the first day of his presidency.
As the West Burns, the Trump Administration Races to Demolish Environmental Protections
Polluters and their agents in government want to finalize as many environmental rollbacks as possible before the presidential election.
Ozone Layer Recovery Is Being Undermined by Pollution From U.S. Companies
The EPA has declined to consider the ozone-depleting potential of chemicals released by U.S. companies.
Imperial Oil, Canada’s Exxon Subsidiary, Ignored Its Own Climate Change Research for Decades, Archive Shows
Imperial publicly denied the dangers of carbon dioxide emissions even as its research arm concluded the pollutants contributed to climate change.