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Fox News host calls on Trump to fire Scott Pruitt

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt is facing more friendly fire after this weekend, as a fourth Republican representative along with a Fox News host called on Pruitt to resign following a barrage of scandals. On Sunday, in response to a question on Twitter, Rep. Frank LoBiondo (R-NJ) said that Pruitt “should resign” and that he was the “wrong fit … [Read more...]

These states want to make planning a pipeline protest a criminal offense

As pipeline protests continue to delay and, sometimes, stop energy projects in their tracks, the fossil fuel industry and Republican lawmakers are looking for new ways to clamp down on environmental protest. In the last few years, state lawmakers across the country have proposed bills that would impose harsh penalties on environmental protest, particularly protests aimed at delaying pipeline … [Read more...]

Livestock emissions are a serious climate issue — and they keep getting worse

For more than a decade, the global concentration of methane — a pernicious greenhouse gas 86 times more potent than carbon dioxide over a 20-year period  — has been rising at an alarming rate, stirring up intense debate in the scientific community over the cause of the increase. Now, a new study adds to a growing body of evidence suggesting the spike can largely be traced back to gas … [Read more...]

Dakota Access developer calls environmentalists ‘terrorists’, sues for at least $300 million

In a racketeering case that could result in nearly a billion dollars in fines, the developer behind the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline has accused a handful of environmental groups of engaging in eco-terrorism during protests of the pipeline’s construction. The suit could have profound impacts on the future of environmental activism in the Trump-era and beyond. “This suit is part … [Read more...]

Cities and states solidify their plan to move forward on climate without Trump

More proof that local governments will move forward with the Paris agreement even if the federal government won’t.California Gov. Jerry Brown with German Federal Minister for the Environment Barbara Hendricks. CREDIT: AP Photo/Linda WangFollowing the Trump administration’s June announcement that it would officially withdraw the United States from the Paris climate agreement, hundreds of cities and … [Read more...]

Rhode Island strengthens laws protecting scientific research

A new law clarifies that certain academic work is protected from public records requests.CREDIT: AP Photo/Reed SaxonAs the Trump administration launches an official initiative to question mainstream, peer-reviewed climate science, some states are looking to better protect climate researchers from intimidation by outside groups.In Rhode Island, Gov. Gina Raimondo (D) recently signed into law … [Read more...]

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