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Government watchdog has big beef with Scott Pruitt’s industry video
The Government Accountability Office has a beef with Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt. Back in August, Pruitt appeared in a video produced by the National Cattlemen’s Beef
Scott Pruitt doesn’t let investigations get in the way of his regulatory rollback
The number of investigations into Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt keeps growing as more information comes out about his ties with polluting industries and his use of federal
Trump to World: Fossil Fuels Are Good for You
Rick Perry’s tortured relationship with the English language reached new heights (or lows) last week when he somehow connected two very distinct subjects: fossil fuels and sexual assault. “Let me tell
Why Al Gore Believes Entrepreneurs Are Solving the Climate Crisis
As global warming becomes top of mind for world leaders, private businesses are coming up with creative ways to mitigate the damage.
Bush Showed Trump How to Attack Climate Science
Eleven years ago, President George W. Bush nominated a former energy industry attorney to oversee air pollution in America. Bill Wehrum was a controversial choice to lead the Environmental Protection
The Trump climate agenda relies on manufactured reality
On November 8, as world leaders and environmental ministers gathered in Bonn, Germany to hash out the gritty details for implementing the Paris climate agreement, the U.S. Environmental Protection
Scott Pruitt claims he’s taken more actions to fight pollution than Obama, but can’t name any
Environmental Protection Agency head Scott Pruitt has accomplished an impressive feat: In only nine months in office, he has done more than any of his predecessors — even more than the divisive Anne
The Toxic Chemical Industry Is Having a Really Great Year
The scariest part about the 2014 chemical spill in West Virginia was that, in the beginning, no one really knew anything about the chemical that poisoned their drinking water. Ten thousand gallons of
I played 'HQ.' It was fun. It'll be gone in six months.
Today, a bunch of us cool folks here played that hip new, live phone trivia game HQ. As a big trivia guy (and regular champion), I enjoyed myself. As a realist, I don't think it'll be around for too
Tech & Science
What Will West Virginians Say About Trump’s Pro-Coal Plan?
When Donald Trump became the presumptive Republican nominee for president in early May of last year, after Senator Ted Cruz dropped out of the race, he celebrated by visiting the second largest
A coal industry executive thinks God intervened to elect Trump
During the only hearing the EPA will hold about the repeal of the Clean Power Act, one coal industry executive took the time to thank God for electing Donald Trump. “It wasn’t Russia that intervened
The New Tragedy of Coal Country
Around two dozen coal miners sat at fold-out tables outside the West Virginia capitol building on Tuesday, eating barbecue. Dressed in full work gear, including hardhats, they sweated under an
Even the heart of coal country wants to keep the Clean Power Plan
“I drove 350 miles this morning to voice my opposition to repealing the Clean Power Plan.” That’s how David Lillard, who lives in the eastern panhandle of West Virginia, opened his testimony to an
The EPA’s one and only hearing to repeal Obama’s climate rule was a sham
On Tuesday, as lawmakers, energy executives, and environmental advocates flocked to the West Virginia State Capitol for the Environmental Protection Agency’s only public hearing on the repeal of the
The EPA Doesn’t Want to Hear From Coal Victims
“Thank God the terrorist on coal is gone!” Rupie Phillips, a Republican congressional candidate in West Virginia, yelled into a crowd outside the capitol building in Charleston on Tuesday. He was
Will the EPA give in to state governors on ethanol credit waivers?
The price is no longer right The post Will the EPA give in to state governors on ethanol credit waivers? appeared first on Hot Air.
Delingpole: #Winning – Grant Applications for ‘Climate Change’ down 40 Percent
Grants funded by the National Science Foundation have seen a 40 percent drop in 2017 of applications mentioning the words "climate change".
Scott Pruitt is the Trump administration’s most effective weapon
Rep. Frank Pallone (D-NJ) wanted answers. After ten months, EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt finally testified on Thursday before the House Committee of Commerce & Energy, the legislative committee
EPA inspector general opens its second investigation into Scott Pruitt’s spending
The Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) inspector general intends to investigate the use of funds by the agency to construct a “privacy booth” in the office of Administrator Scott Pruitt, the
The Most Overlooked Environmental Crisis of 2017
Off the coast of Louisiana, in an 8,000-square-mile swath of ocean, the marine life is suffocating to death. Nutrient pollution, flowing from the Mississippi River into the Gulf of Mexico, is birthing