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The White House's 55 best photographs from 2015

Sept. 1, 2015: The President tours Kenai Fjords National Park by boat. The trip to Alaska may have been the best domestic trip of his Presidency. Being on a boat on a picturesque day certainly helped. ..rh

In conjunction with the United Nations World Water Day, the White House hosted a Water Summit to raise awareness of water issues in the United States. A clear takeaway from the Summit was, if we want to have clean water in the West, we must work together to tackle the threats of catastrophic

The Presidents and the National Parks

President Theodore Roosevelt at Glacier Point in Yosemite National Park, California, 1903. Five years later he assembled the state governors in a conservation conference in the East Room that resulted in the National Conservation Commission.

Damage—and cost—of sea level rise will rise faster than sea itself

New research evaluated the dollars at stake due to imminent climate change–induced flooding in the world’s cities by the sea.

The environmental groups that dominate Facebook

During an event at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars on Thursday to discuss how women are disproportionately affected by climate change in developing countries, Jane Harman, president and CEO of the center, said that many of the refugees around the globe today are being displaced by climate change.

Climate change could cause "humanitarian crisis of epic proportions," say military leaders

Climate change could cause "humanitarian crisis of epic proportions," say military leaders // @inhabitat

2016 Was a Pivotal Year in the War on Climate Change

After Trump's election, will other countries toss their emissions-cutting commitments, or sanction the US if it reneges on the Paris climate agreement?

Climate Change Could Escalate Risk Of Extreme Rainfall By As Much As 400 Percent

Climate Change Could Escalate Risk Of Extreme Rainfall By As Much As 400 Percent | The Huffington Post