September 23, 2019

USA Herald, Marivic Cabural Summers, September 21, 2019- A coalition of 24 attorneys general filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration for preventing states to set their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions standards to combat climate change. The cities of Los Angeles and New York as well as the California Air …

August 6, 2018

Competitive Enterprise Institute, Marlo Lewis, Jr., August 3, 2018- The Trump administration is expected tomorrow to release its proposed revisions of the Obama administration’s Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) and motor vehicle greenhouse gas emission standards for model years 2021 and later. On Saturday, July 28, The New York Times posted …

March 19, 2018

Eco Watch, Ken Kimmell, March 15, 2018- A major front in the climate change debate has moved to the courtroom, as I’ve previously discussed. Last week, plaintiffs in two separate cases won significant procedural victories—one against major fossil fuel companies, and a second against the Trump administration. Here are the latest developments and their …

January 11, 2017

Climate Central John Upton January 9, 2017 The head of the city department that drafts many of San Francisco’s greenest rules and regulations uses one word to explain her greatest fear for the environment during Trump’s presidency: “preemption.” If some of the deepest concerns of climate-focused bureaucrats from San Francisco …

January 6, 2017

The Atlantic KATE ARONOFF January 4, 2017 Not everyone interested in curbing climate change is tearing their hair out about Donald Trump’s election. Though the president-elect seems to be packing his administration with climate deniers and fossil fuel industry veterans, a small, unconventional band of environmentalists sees potential. “We hope,” …