Newsweek Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke announced that he plans to cut about 4,000 full-time staff from the department by sometime next year. Meanwhile, the Environmental Protection Agency plans to cut 1,200 employees by early September,
Newsvine Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) clashed with Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke Tuesday on the subject of climate change, calling out the Trump Cabinet member for downplaying melting glaciers in Glacier National Park.
EcoWatch Health guideline for Monsanto's glyphosate herbicide based on its cancer risk. The state's proposed safe level is more than 100 times lower than the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) legal allowance for the average-sized
BuzzFeed» A Russian scientist’s research helped a judge determine that former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko had been assassinated – likely on Russian President Vladimir Putin’s orders. Just months after the verdict, the scientist himself was
CNBC» Energy Secretary Rick Perry told CNBC on Monday he does not believe carbon dioxide emissions from human activity are the main driver of climate change, joining the EPA administrator in casting doubt on the
The Hill» Sources in the White House say Jeff Holmstead – who has supported declarations that is likely to be Environmental Agency’s next deputy administrator. Holmstead has stated that the Obama administration’s 2009 finding that