Trump takes eraser to Obama climate policies
President Trump tomorrow plans to wipe out key components of his predecessor's climate change legacy while kicking off efforts to repeal major climate rules.
Battle lines drawn as Trump plans first EPA trip
With President Trump slated to visit U.S. EPA tomorrow to announce plans to roll back Obama-era rules, the messaging war over Trump's policies is already in full swing.
Trump to roll back Clean Power Plan tomorrow
The White House will release its executive order on the Clean Power Plan tomorrow, triggering President Trump's promises to dismantle the climate policies of his predecessor.
Pruitt promises Clean Power Plan rollback tomorrow
U.S. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt said that President Trump tomorrow will sign his long-anticipated executive order rolling back environmental regulations.
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Green states rebuke Trump climate attacks
West Coast governors and mayors are pre-emptively opposing President Trump's actions to gut climate regulations.
Clean Power Plan hovers in background of Gorsuch hearing
Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch faces a marathon week of Senate questioning and is likely to be pressed on what his dim view of the Chevron doctrine may mean for the Supreme Court's view of federal greenhouse gas regulations.
Waiting game continues for Clean Power Plan order
The wait is on for President Trump's expected move to begin dismantling a major Obama-era climate rule.
Carper makes last-ditch appeal for climate regulations
The top Democrat on the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee is urging U.S. EPA to uphold carbon pollution regulations, as the White House prepares to begin dismantling the Obama administration's signature climate change rule.
Order to repeal Obama climate rule expected tomorrow
President Trump is expected to formally begin dismantling the Obama administration's signature climate change rule this week.
The Clean Power Plan is gone — and there's no 'replace'
The White House will unveil an executive order next week instructing U.S. EPA to "revise or rescind" the Clean Power Plan and offering no alternative, a source tells E&E News.