Andrew R. Wheeler
Despite high-profile Cabinet defections, the heads of the Interior and Energy departments and EPA are staying put.
It's the first time the Trump administration is adding rules on carbon dioxide. But it isn't a sudden change of heart on climate.
As chaos grips the nation, the agency is changing water permitting rules to make it harder for states to block construction of fossil fuel pipelines.
It's just the latest environmental regulatory rollback since the United States became the epicenter of COVID-19.
The administration is opening new fronts in its battle with the Golden State over clean car standards.
In a new letter, EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler alleged the state has failed to “carry out its most basic tasks under the Clean Air Act."
Animal advocates praised the Environmental Protection Agency's plan, but an environmental group condemned it as a gift to the chemical industry.
Trump reportedly told EPA head Andrew Wheeler to grant 31 waivers exempting refineries from using corn-based ethanol.
Federalism is sacrosanct for conservatives, that is, unless a state wants to set stricter pollution rules or protect minorities' civil rights.
Republican Christine Todd Whitman said Trump knows he's "on shaky ground" going into the 2020 election.
The Massachusetts senator took a shot at EPA chief Andrew Wheeler as she outlined a clear-eyed vision for curbing climate change.
The administration wants to tackle environmental crises like unsafe drinking water and extreme wildfire. But it won’t talk about that one key driver.
Lead exposure can impair brain function and cause miscarriages, and yet millions of lead pipes remain in use.
Andrew Wheeler, a former coal industry lobbyist, has regularly downplayed the threat of climate change.
The former coal lobbyist now leads the Environmental Protection Agency after the longest stint as acting chief in the agency's four-decade history.
The Maine lawmaker is the first Republican senator to oppose the former coal lobbyist's confirmation.
It's better than nothing, but former EPA officials warn the agency is putting "the health of millions of Americans at risk."
David Dunlap, a deputy in the EPA's Office of Research and Development, worked for chemical giant Koch Industries for more than eight years.
Andrew Wheeler repeatedly lauded the president for declining greenhouse gas emissions. Then they spiked.
The former coal lobbyist's view of climate change hasn't changed much over the last two years.