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What: The latest on the growing list of ethics scandals and gaffs of EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt.
Who: Kevin Bogardus | READ STORY >>>
What: Trump has told DOE to save coal and nuclear plants & the agency has complied with a proposal to use a Korean War era national security law to 'secure' the grid. FERC, many utilities and environmentalists say the proposal is hardly addressing the problem, which isn't an 'emergency' to begin with.
Who: Rod Kuckro | READ STORY >>>
What: What energy and environment programs will survive the cuts and negotiations of the complicated appropriations process? Or in the midterm election year, will Congress punt to another continuing resolution?
Who: George Cahlink | READ STORY >>>
What: The Army Corps of Engineers is greenlighting development in thousands of acres of Alaskan wetlands without requiring companies to offset resource damage, according to an E&E News analysis of five years of Clean Water Act permits.
Who: Ariel Wittenberg | READ STORY >>>
What: A team of E&E News reporters chronicled the chaotic restoration of electricity in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria’s landfall in September 2017. In-depth, on-the-ground reporting exposed the halting efforts of the island’s public power company, its governor and the U.S. government to respond to a crisis that left Americans without electricity and clean water.
Who: David Ferris | READ SERIES >>>
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