Trump is trying to pit jobs against the climate, but we can have economic growth and protect the environment, Janet Redman tells the Real News Network.
The administration is actively denying climate change, but cities and states are fighting back.
Climate activists remain hopeful despite the potentially disastrous Trump administration.
If Donald Trump wins and pulls the U.S. out of its climate change commitments, some countries wonder, why should they keep their own?
We’re now getting another taste of what the ongoing assault on the federal government’s watchdog function is doing to all of us.
Janet Redman discusses the EPA’s new regulations and their future impact on curbing climate change.
Many health care organizations have joined environmental advocates like the Sierra Club and the Natural Resources Defense Council in supporting a new EPA rule that would curb the deadly pollution spewed from the next generation of coal-fired power plants.
GOP lawmakers are howling to overturn the EPA’s mercury regulations.
Dirty air threatens Maryland’s children.
It’s time for the EPA to stand up for kids.
It’s a sad commentary on the state of our country that our children are terrified by what our elected officials are failing to do: Uphold laws that protect their health.
The House has passed a devastating budget plan that would destroy bedrock safeguards that have protected our health and environment for decades.
When the EPA revoked a permit for decapitating West Virginia’s mountains, some politicians decided the sky was falling.
States have an inadequate or non-existent patchwork of rules, with many treating the toxic material like household garbage.
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