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Environmental Protection Agency
Environmental Protection Agency news and analysis from The Nation
August 30, 2017
For Scott Pruitt’s EPA, Climate-Change Denial Is Mission Critical
The EPA chief is very wrong about Harvey.
August 8, 2017
Don’t Let the White House’s Dysfunction Distract You From the Bad Things Trump Is Doing
Trump is losing many of his high-profile fights. But in dozens of less-noticed ways, his administration is advancing its extreme agenda.
July 31, 2017
Fossil Fuels Are Powering Trump’s Foreign Policy
The president is remarkably consistent when it comes to pushing coal, oil, and gas on foreign leaders.
Michael T. Klare
May 25, 2017
Trump Is Trying to Cover Up His Lies by Destroying Information
For an administration that depends on ignorance, public knowledge is enemy number one.
April 21, 2017
Scientists Are Marching Because Things Are Not Normal
The Trump administration threatens the integrity of scientific research and the citizens who depend on it.
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March 29, 2017
Why Trump’s Climate-Wrecking Agenda Could Fail
Activists as well as local and state governments are fighting back—but global energy markets could be his most powerful opponents.
March 23, 2017
Why Does Trump Want to Stop Investigating Chemical Accidents?
Eliminating a critical agency that costs as much as four Mar-a-Lago trips.
March 21, 2017
In Trump’s Budget, America Comes Last
Throwing money at the Pentagon, while cutting everywhere else, betrays the president’s promise to rebuild our country.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
March 17, 2017
Everything Trump Did in His 8th Week That Really Matters
Fired US Attorneys and frightening developments in North Korea.
March 15, 2017
Trump’s Obsession With Cutting Regulations Will Make America Sick
If Republicans have their way, curbing air and water pollution will take a back seat to maximizing profits.