Trump Administration considers privatizing the ISS. Fortunately, that won’t likely happen

Because it would be dumb.

Trump wants to withdraw NASA’s funding for the ISS as of 2024

It’s the earliest date this is possible but this could leave American astronauts stranded on the ground.

Trump Administration reverses ban on African ivory

Even when you’d think he couldn’t possibly stoop any lower, there he is, defying all odds.

Someone made a Twitter account for “Scientist Trump” and we’re in love with it

This satirical Twitter account managed to blend those two seemingly incompatible worlds — meet Donald Trump, PhD.

There will be no renegotiation of the Paris agreement, EU Parliament tells Trump

Uh-oh.

Mayors against Trump: 257 mayors representing 59 million Americans pledge to follow Paris Agreement

And counting…

Trump’s new budget proposal would slash funding for science — especially Earth science

It’s not really a surprise by now, but it’s still saddening to see.

Trump wants to cut the DOE’s spending on renewable energy by 70%

Trump wants to set clean tech on fire.

Most Americans believe climate change is real but the media war on science clearly shows its teeth

More and more Americans are waking up to reality but many are still left dazed and confused.

The ‘hateback’ loop of dehumanization could plunge America into civil violence

Even the nastiest bits of history repeat themselves.

Trump’s border wall could threaten 111 endangered species

The impact is huge. Even the bald eagle is affected.

California scientists urge Trump not to exit Paris Agreement through open letter

“Environmentalism is the biggest threat” they say.

President Trump revives Keystone XL project

Thus, the Trump era begins.

Feeling besieged, climate scientists start archiving data before Trump gets a chance to shred it

Some are concerned that the new administration will destroy vital data on climate change.

China to Trump: We didn’t invent global warming

China is schooling the US on climate change. What a time to be alive.

How Trump and Clinton plan to solve issues involving climate change, research, innovation or energy

Presidential candidates answer 20 questions about the most pressing science-related issues in America today.