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Stover is a science writer based in the Pacific Northwest and is a contributing editor at the Bulletin. Her work has appeared in Scientific American, Conservation, Popular Science, New Scientist, The New York Times, and other publications. One of her articles is included in the 2010 Best American Science and Nature Writing, and another article was awarded a special citation by the Knight-Risser Prize for Western Environmental Journalism.
When white and Western writers say that “we” are polluting the planet and altering its climate, are they speaking for all humanity?
Experts warn that the Trump administration’s pro-business offensive has made “regulatory capture” of the EPA more likely than ever before. That could have severe public health consequences.
Having trouble keeping track of all the climate lawsuits in the United States? Us too.
Mark your calendar for October 29. That’s when the US government goes on trial for violating the youngest generation’s right to a stable climate.
The Trump administration’s rollback of fuel efficiency and emissions standards for automobiles is a slam-dunk for oil companies, but not for automakers or consumers.
Without reductions in greenhouse gas emissions, many cities will become too hot to host the Olympic Games within a few decades.
American experts rate the odds of a war with North Korea as high as 50 percent, but North Korea begins the new year with an unexpected overture.
A sampling of the year's best "Voices of Tomorrow" essays.
A mining company with a uranium mill bordering the Bears Ears National Monument lobbied to reduce the monument’s size. The White House listened.
Can the US electricity grid run on wind, water, and solar energy alone by mid-century? Scientists who disagree on the answer may be headed to court.