'We're gonna have to do the same meeting again' — with Trump
Top administration officials failed to reconcile their differences over the Paris climate agreement yesterday, making an additional meeting likely over which President Trump may preside, according to a source.
Your guide to who's who in the Paris Agreement showdown
Who wants to "drain the swamp" of Paris Agreement supporters? Who wants a "seat at the table"? Make sure you know where all the key players stand.
Uncertainty precedes meeting to set Paris strategy
An impending recommendation to the president about the Paris climate agreement could swing on the attendance sheet.
Despite long odds, experts game carbon-pricing scenarios
What's the best way to build support for pricing carbon when the president calls climate change a hoax?
The big announcement is over. What happens now?
President Trump never uttered the words "climate change" yesterday as he snuffed out former President Obama's plans to curb greenhouse gas emissions. Speaking at U.S. EPA headquarters, flanked by coal executives and their employees, Trump said the "energy independence" executive order would usher in a "new era of energy" that would eliminate federal overreach, shower the country with wealth and put miners back to work.