Everyone benefits from vehicles that use less gas, the single biggest energy efficiency policy of the Obama administration. But automakers convinced Trump to ease up and the oil industry is
The Senate is about to vote on 3 bills to carry out the "war on regulations" on everything imaginable: worker rights, environmental and consumer protection, and food safety.
Trump will calculate economic forecasts and trade deficits "his way," while installing supervisors to get rid of regulations corporations don't like, but regular people need.
As Trump's fossil heavy team "scrutinizes data published by EPA scientists," scientists are fighting back in ways not seen before, including running for office!
As Trump prepares to unleash a new era of fossil fuels, polls show 65% of Americans want the focus on renewable energy and 70% say climate change is real.
Reviving the Keystone and DAPL pipelines is the least of it. What's chilling is the lock-down on the EPA, USDA and other agencies, where employees have been ordered not to
Saturday's Women's March has gone global with 600 "sister" marches in 57 countries. At the same time, right-wingers are holding their own summit in celebration.
DOE announced a strengthened scientific integrity policy that ensures they can do their work without fear or intimidation. Unless Trump reverses it.
DOE launches national program for Wave Energy, an accelerator for zero energy schools, and more efficiency standards, all threatened by Trump.
Obama added to the flurry of final actions to protect the environment against the incoming administration.