WASHINGTON — The Biden administration is taking the unusual step of making a public accounting of the Trump administration’s political interference in science, drawing up…View More E.P.A. to Review Attacks on Science Under Trump
WASHINGTON — The Senate on Wednesday confirmed Michael S. Regan, the former top environmental regulator for North Carolina, to lead the Environmental Protection Agency and…View More Senate Confirms Biden’s Pick to Lead E.P.A.
Now, the Biden administration is explicitly reversing that position. On Feb. 12, officials at Citizenship and Immigration Services, the agency that handles citizenship, said employees…View More ‘Climate Change’ Is Back, ‘Illegal Alien’ Is Out. New Administration Changes the Language of Government.
America is hardly alone. Only a handful of the nearly 200 countries that signed on to the Paris Agreement have met their targets; among big…View More The Task Ahead for Biden on Climate
And China’s decision late last year to require that most vehicles sold there be electric by 2035 is also critical because G.M. sells more cars…View More G.M. Announcement Shakes Up U.S. Automakers’ Transition to Electric Cars
Until Judge Merrick B. Garland is confirmed as attorney general, Monty Wilkinson, a longtime career employee who worked closely with Eric H. Holder Jr. when…View More Biden Team Rushes to Take Over Government, and Oust Trump Loyalists
WASHINGTON — Among the most urgent tasks a new president faces is assembling a core group of advisers to serve in the cabinet. Donald J.…View More Comparing Biden and Trump’s Cabinet Picks
“When it comes to restoring the vast majority of these Obama environmental policies, the rollbacks were actually done by putting in place new regulations,” Jeffrey…View More Restoring Environmental Rules Rolled Back by Trump Could Take Years
WASHINGTON — A federal appeals court on Tuesday struck down the Trump administration’s plan to relax restrictions on greenhouse gas emissions from power plants, paving…View More Court Voids a ‘Tortured’ Trump Climate Rollback
WASHINGTON — In the waning days of the 116th Congress, lawmakers have authorized $35 billion in spending on wind, solar and other clean power sources…View More Climate Change Legislation Included in Coronavirus Stimulus Deal