Trump signs China deal with energy, agriculture provisions
President Trump signed a partial trade deal with China today that calls for the Asian nation to purchase more than $50 billion in U.S. energy and $32 billion in agricultural products.
How Trump's NEPA plan could trip up agency reforms
A push to speed environmental reviews of logging and other proposed projects in national forests may be hitting a crosswind: the Trump administration's bigger plans to streamline some of the same rules.
OIL AND GAS
Forest Service accused of climate censorship
Last August, the Forest Service published two versions of a notice opening up a review of oil and gas drilling in Texas national forests and grasslands. The first contained references to climate change. The second didn't. Now, an environmental group is accusing the agency of censorship.
GAO to review Trump admin's waivers for small refineries
The Government Accountability Office will review the Trump administration's decisions to let certain small refineries sidestep biofuel blending requirements under the renewable fuel standard.
Advocates push Congress on technology against climate change
Farmers continue to be scared off from advanced technology that could help reduce the effects of climate change while making them money in the long run, witnesses told a congressional panel yesterday.