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EPA: Methane rule heads to White House for speedy review

EPA sent the White House its final rules Friday to repeal and replace Obama-era controls on oil and gas methane, paving the way to end federal regulation of the powerful greenhouse gas by the end of July.


WHITE HOUSE: Experts brief Trump on hurricanes but not climate

President Trump’s hurricane briefing in the Oval Office yesterday was led by a federal agency whose researchers revealed weeks earlier that climate change is raising the likelihood that major storms could collide with the United States.


EMISSIONS: 14 AGs to court: Calif.-Quebec pact OK under state powers

Left-leaning states this week threw their support behind California in its battle against the Trump administration’s continued legal effort to thwart the Golden State’s emissions pact with a Canadian province.

Policymakers Reluctant To Wreck Economies For Climate Goals

With the Covid-19 pandemic starting to recede, activists are again moaning that industrial emissions are destroying the climate. But having wrecked national economies once to fend off the virus, policymakers are proving reluctant to wreck them again for the climate…