Tips for Buying an Electric Car
Engineer and electric vehicles expert Dr. David Reichmuth answers burning questions for first-time EV buyers.
Fighting Voter Suppression
Dr. Adrienne Jones discusses efforts to limit voter access in Georgia, and how we can all fight back, no matter what state we live in.
President Biden’s First Year: Progress and Shortfalls
What's on the line for science and justice—and how can the Biden administration improve its support for science?
Hurricane Season 2021
Senior Climate Scientist Astrid Caldas elaborates on Ida—and the many other deadly and damaging 2021 storms made worse by climate change.
What's on the Horizon? Offshore Wind
Energy analyst John Rogers is back with exciting developments in the offshore wind industry.
The Fossil Fuel Industry’s Continued Lies
Accountability expert Kathy Mulvey and climate litigation scientist Dr. Delta Merner discuss the industry’s deception.
Solidarity Through Solar: A City’s Quest for 100% Clean Energy
Energy justice advocate Gracie Wooten and energy analyst James Gignac discuss how science can help a community achieve energy independence.
The Rapidly Changing Arctic
Arctic expert Joel Clement is back with an update on federal science in the region, and how Alaska Natives are adapting to the changing landscape.
The State of Elections in the US
Voting rights expert Dr. Michael Latner details the steps we need to take in the coming months to ensure free and fair elections in the US.
A Scientific Approach to Fighting Hunger
Food systems and health analyst Sarah Reinhardt discusses recent updates to the USDA's Thrifty Food Plan.
Floods, Fires, and Outdated Disaster Plans at Chemical Facilities
Researcher Casey Kalman discusses how chemical facilities can prepare for worsening climate change and natural disasters.
Ford F-150 Pickup Truck Goes Electric
Vehicles expert Dr. David Reichmuth discusses the pros and cons of the new electric pickup truck.