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What: EPA and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration have formally proposed weakening the greenhouse gas and fuel economy standards. EPA staff says they were steamrolled in the process.
Who: Maxine Joselow | READ STORY >>>
What: Since Andrew Wheeler was sworn as EPA's second in command on April 20, the lobbying veteran has had at least three meetings with former clients that may have violated the Trump administration's ethics pledge and other promises he made to steer clear of potential conflicts of interest.
Who: Corbin Hiar | READ STORY >>>
What: The Fish and Wildlife Service and NOAA Fisheries have unveiled what some bill as the most significant changes to Endangered Species Act regulations in several decades.
Who: Michael Doyle | READ STORY >>>
What: Judge Brett Kavanaugh has the lengthiest record on energy and environmental issues of all of Trump's finalists. The confirmation process for Kavanaugh is chugging along as the Supreme Court nominee submitted a lengthy questionnaire to senators.
Who: Amanda Reilly | READ STORY >>>
What: The U.S. has been in the throes of a shale boom and bust for over a decade. How's it going?
Who: Mike Lee, Pamela King, Peter Behr, Saqib Rahim and Ellen Gilmer | READ THE SERIES >>>
What: E&E News examines the West's mismanagement of groundwater, an unseen environmental disaster that threatens to send America's food system into meltdown.
Who: Jeremy Jacobs | READ STORY >>>
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