In the wake of Trump pulling the U.S. out of the Paris Agreement, how serious are your elected leaders about fighting back?
From "American carnage" to the "Bowling Green Massacre" to the tweets – oh God, the tweets – here's how Trump's first weeks played out
Tribal members are trying to negotiate with TransCanada to reroute the pipeline downstream of their water supply
Cut through the noise and the nonsense, and examine the fallout from Trump's opening blitz
President also cuts regulatory, environmental review processes for infrastructure projects
One of the country's leading activists on Trump's Cabinet of climate deniers, and how to resist their fossil-fuel-loving agenda
Oil executive was dogged by a Russia-centric news cycle and could face a stalled appointment for secretary of state
President's ban is meant to be permanent, akin to the designation of a national monument
Scott Pruitt is most notable for the many lawsuits he's filed against the agency he's now supposed to lead
"If we don't cure our addiction to this – to oil – nothing will matter in the future," says Iraq War veteran Doug Good Feather
"I ask and I pray" that the Obama administration will stop the Dakota Access Pipeline, says the 'Divergent' star
"Thanksgiving is actually a massacre. For our Native American brothers and sisters to be here ... it re-writes history," says one water protector
"America deserves Trump," says one protester fighting the Dakota Access Pipeline. "America is Trump."
Singer performs for protestors of the Dakota Access Pipeline
Trump adviser and potential EPA head gives a glimpse into what one aspect of his administration would look like