Dems offer budget boost to regulators tracking emissions
A spending bill being considered by House appropriators today would give state and local air regulators their first big budget increase since EPA added greenhouse gases to the list of pollutants they're responsible for tracking.
Spending bill aims to block soon-to-be-final methane rule
Language in an EPA spending bill unveiled today would bar the agency from advancing a rulemaking for oil and gas methane emissions even though the rule is expected to be finalized before the spending bill takes effect.
2 oil states split on methane as EPA halts rule
EPA is poised to stop regulating oil and gas methane directly this month, leaving a gap in how the United States manages the powerful greenhouse gas.
Wheeler: Trade deal part of Trump's 'pro-environment legacy'
EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler today touted the inclusion of environmental provisions in the new trade deal with Canada and Mexico as part of President Trump's "pro-environment legacy."
3 climate rules prioritized by Democrats
House Democrats' blueprint for climate action would revive Obama-era rules that fell under the ax of President Trump and write new ones for key sectors, like oil and gas operations.