The Department of the Interior has opened a public comment period, where members of the public can tell Secretary Zinke and President Trump that they oppose efforts to eliminate or shrink national monuments.
Christy Goldfuss joins Thinking CAP to break down Trump's possible withdrawal from the Paris Agreement.
The Trump administration decided to eliminate common-sense measures to detect and repair leaks of dangerous air pollution at new oil and gas facilities.
President Trump’s Fiscal Year 2018 budget would cut economic development and workforce training programs that have helped coal miners, their families, and communities.
Trump’s budget is a governmentwide assault on public health, the nation’s coasts and outdoors, and energy innovation.
China’s new coal-fired power plants are cleaner than ours—and stronger on climate change.
This research note outlines the availability of and differences among U.S. and Chinese coal-fired power data and the methodologies used to compare data from both countries.
The Powerful Corporations Pushing to Unravel Protections for Consumers, Public Health, and the Environment
During the first three months of 2017, at least 72 corporations and trade associations lobbied Congress to block federal agencies from taking new action to protect consumers, the environment, and public health.
Opponents of NEPA dramatically overstate the savings from arbitrarily shortening environmental review and ignore the serious harms that result from poorly planned projects.
President Donald Trump’s pledge to fast-track high-priority infrastructure projects threatens to roll back essential environmental review regulations that safeguard not only natural habitats but local communities as well.
President Trump and those who serve in his administration make policy that benefits themselves and special interest elites like them at the expense of ordinary Americans who placed their faith in him.
President Donald Trump’s budget proposal eliminates programs through which the Obama administration invested in the economic future of coal communities and workers.
Polluting corporations pushed the White House to eliminate a key tool used to measure the cost of climate change.
Recent policy developments have spurred investment in conservation, but an executive order signed by President Trump now undermines efforts to unlock economic growth and a better future for America’s land, water, and wildlife.
Cities and states are leading the charge for electric vehicle adoption; powerful corporate interests—such as the Koch-backed fossil fuel industry—are doing whatever they can to stand in the way.