Bad enough that he isn’t up to speed on the issue, he also undercut one of his go-to talking points.
That they were caught is as big of a deal as the fact they were cheating.
The administration’s rules set greater reduction goals than last year, with additional flexibility.
Bloomberg explains the trick that will allow coal states like Kentucky to increase CO2 emissions under EPA rules.
The DoE gets its methane leak rates from industry. But outside measurement shows methane leaks like a sieve.
Obama and the EPA “Clean Power Plan” ignores emissions from “America’s Clean Natural Gas.” Do you wonder why?
The more people look at the EPA’s 645-page proposal, the worse it looks. Coal and methane appear to be winners.
Will Obama’s EPA put teeth into its coal emissions requirements? We look at what that would require.
The EPA proposed gutting biofuel standards after the Carlyle Group and Delta Airlines intervened.
Toxic chemicals in breast milk, mmm… Just what I asked Santa for!