The move, expected Wednesday, would strip California of its special authority to set tougher rules on car emissions.
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Of all the efforts to persuade the Trump administration to weaken environmental rules, the Make Dishwashers Great Again lobby might be the most peculiar.
In his new essay collection, “We Are the Weather,” Jonathan Safran Foer turns his attention to the climate crisis. Mark Bittman weighs in.
Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman was named energy minister less than a week before an aerial attack crippled Saudi Arabia’s oil production.
The spike in oil prices after the drone attacks in Saudi Arabia won’t start a recession. But a sustained surge in energy prices might have a bigger impact.
Supply disruptions and the risk of future attacks is likely to prop up energy prices, benefiting the oil industry and hurting consumers.
The Trump administration released a final environmental report on the plan for oil and gas development in a pristine part of Alaska.
The administration is expected to complete the repeal of a major Obama-era regulation that put limits on chemicals that could be used near streams, wetlands and water bodies.
He made big oil companies quake by threatening to take them over. His targets included Gulf Oil, Unocal and Phillips Petroleum.
Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman is the first member of the royal family to oversee the kingdom’s vital oil sector, part of a wider shake up of top energy-sector jobs.
The move is a direct challenge to California but also the latest sign the president’s broader effort to roll back fuel economy standards has fallen into disarray.
The slow pace of government aid has left Americans more vulnerable to Hurricane Dorian and other storms. Climate change is making the problem worse.
In 2007, a bipartisan Congress said that requiring energy efficient light bulbs was the right idea. The Trump administration disagrees.
A pathfinder in environmental economics who insisted on factoring in the worst-case scenarios of global warming.
Climate change is making hurricanes more destructive in several ways.
A split between larger and smaller companies reflects at least tactical differences over the best course for producers in an age of climate concerns.
The Trump administration is trying to roll back more than 80 environmental rules; half involve climate change. Here are some of the biggest climate-related ones.
As chief executive of Unilever, Paul Polman tapped into the company’s history in an effort to make it more sustainable, and profitable.
If the proposal is adopted, the government would no longer require oil and gas companies to inspect for and repair methane leaks from wells and pipelines.
A Chevron-led joint venture among several energy companies is spending billions of dollars in Kazakhstan to expand an oil field remarkable for its longevity, promise and risk.