December 2, 2023

Donald Trump

EPA Restores California Tailpipe Standards
EPA reinstated the authority of California and 16 other states to enact more stringent vehicle emissions standards than the federal government.
ACORE: COVID, Impeachment Could Delay Infrastructure Bill
Congress could push an infrastructure financing bill into the second quarter, imperiling the legislative goals of clean energy industries, the ACORE warned.
Biden Suspends Trump’s BPS Supply Chain Order
President Joe Biden has suspended a Trump administration rule that restricts the purchase of bulk power system equipment from foreign adversaries.
Biden Begins Undoing Trump’s Legacy
President Biden immediately began to reverse the Trump administration’s energy and environmental policies, including rejoining the Paris Agreement.
Biden Urged to Avoid Obama’s Climate Mistakes
President-elect Joe Biden should avoid the mistakes President Barack Obama made in attempting to reduce emissions, environmental law experts said.
COVID, Climate Change Shaped 2020
Amidst a global pandemic and worsening natural disasters, the U.S. held an election that will determine the future of climate policy.
After Contradicting Trump, Krebs Out at CISA
President Trump fired CISA Director Chris Krebs after he and the agency pushed back against Trump's false claims of electoral fraud.
UPDATE: Trump Names Danly FERC Chair
With his path to re-election narrowing, President Trump demoted FERC Chairman Neil Chatterjee, replacing him with Republican James Danly.
Climate Policy on the Ballot Tuesday
West Coast wildfires, record-breaking heat waves and more than two dozen tropical storms have made climate change an issue impossible for voters to ignore.
‘Massive’ Clean Energy Stimulus Under Biden Likely
Congress’ first act under Joe Biden would likely be “massive” stimulus spending, including clean energy, to address the pandemic-induced recession.

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