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Fourteen oil and gas companies are funding a website that attacks scientists and undermines their work.
Scott Pruitt probably thought he’d get an easy ride in a Fox News interview. But Trump’s embattled EPA Chief was pummeled on the conservative network as his scandals mount.
IT'S BEEN TWO MONTHS since the U.S. presidential election, and there are just a couple of weeks until the inauguration. Can we at least agree on a couple of central points?
The fossil fuel industry is spending millions to salvage its reputation.
Although state and federal government may limit the scope of oil drilling activities by permit to protect public health and
So who are Marc Short and Andy Koenig? The Times identified them only as "the president and senior policy adviser, respectively, at Freedom Partners, which advocates for free-market policies."
The rejection of the Keyston XL Pipeline revealed not only the gigantic chasm between environmentalists and industry, it also laid bare the ugly side of American politics where common sense often dies a slow, painful death.
A former EPA official is working with BP on a plan to undermine new smog standards.
To understand the impact of these new draft rules, it's important to look at what they do - and what they don't - and measure them against the nation's bold but readily achievable goals set out by the Obama administration earlier this year.
While regulation of methane is a necessity, these rules are much too weak to accomplish the administration's goals of meaningful greenhouse gas reduction.
Environmental groups, which have long protested drilling in the Arctic due to icy conditions and the distance from spill
As a former senator, Begich cannot technically lobby Congress for two years after leaving office, and Lampkin noted that
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According to the Omaha World-Herald, the three cups sat "untouched" for the remainder of the two-and-a-half-hour meeting
But industry backlash has been just as swift. The American Petroleum Institute, the industry's leading trade organization
Acting immediately on climate change is nothing but in our best interest, both in its practicality and its symbolic value worldwide. Besides already being an economic and technological leader worldwide, we could easily lead the charge against global warming.