Meet the potential deputy. 'Moderate' or a hand of 'evil'?
An air chief from the George W. Bush administration could become second in command at U.S. EPA, raising objections from conservatives who find him too moderate and worrying environmentalists about the presence of a skilled navigator who could advance a weak climate agenda.
Harvard enviro law guru on his biggest win, why he worries
Richard Lazarus is known as the "dean of environmental law," but he'd rather be called the "solicitor general for environmental law."
Industry titans plot strategy for 'making the pie bigger'
President Trump's repeated promises to plow at least $1 trillion into upgrading U.S. infrastructure have left industries like cement and asphalt makers salivating over the potential boon to business.
Obama energy aides fight Trump from states, Capitol Hill
Former Obama administration environmental staffers are preparing for combat against the officials in their former jobs.
Ex-Obama aide joins CAP
A former top Interior Department aide has joined the Center for American Progress.