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Coral Davenport
I cover energy and environment policy for the New York Times. coral.davenport@nytimes.com. Also reachable on Signal and WhatsApp.
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Lisa Friedman Feb 12
It’s official: McConnell says senate will vote on the Green New Deal.
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Coral Davenport Feb 12
In pushing a policy that benefits his former lobbying client,ethics experts say David Bernhardt,President Trump's pick for Interior Secreretary,violated Trump's own ethics pledge.
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Lisa Friedman Feb 6
At House Natural Resources Committee hearing on climate change, Rep. Bishop says the point of it is probably just so reporters can write "cute" stories. Suggests panel, which oversees federal land and water use, doesn't have jurisdiction to address this issue.
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Coral Davenport Feb 2
DO NOT MISS investigation into the matter of 's fake tan (although an unnamed WH official insists that it's just the result of "good genes").
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Lisa Friedman Jan 31
EPA has appointed Alabama climatologist John Christy, who is known for his skepticism about the seriousness of global warming, to its Science Advisory Board.
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(((JonathanWeisman))) Jan 31
Before everyone gets too excited about the prospects of Herman Cain at the Fed, remember this oldie but goodie from & . Also a reminder that, wow, the has done well by .
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Lisa Friedman Jan 30
Looks like those climate change hearings are finally going to happen -- schedules a hearing Feb. 6 entitled “Time for Action: Addressing the Environmental & Economic Effects of Climate Change." Dems say it's the first climate hearing in this cmte since 2013.
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Emily Oster Jan 23
In the surreal news of the week in my life, I just finished recording podcast...
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NYT Climate Jan 28
Cold, you say? What about climate change? Here ya go.
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Kaitlan Collins Jan 22
Trump was impressed by Hogan Gidley after seeing him on TV once. But he confused his staff when told them, "Get me Tidley." Who? "Tidley. I want to talk to Hogan Tidley." They told him the deputy press secretary's last name was Gidley, not Tidley.
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Lara Jakes Jan 21
One month after the government shutdown began, its effects have begun to hurt some of the most vulnerable Americans: not just homeless people, but also those who are one crisis away from the streets. Important story by ⁦
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Coral Davenport Jan 17
READ: 's essential primer on how to understand the economic cost of change.
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Zack Colman Jan 10
turns out oceans are warming faster than originally thought.
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Jesse Pesta Jan 10
“There’s nobody out there." Another important thing that's not happening during the government shutdown: Surprise inspections—or any inspections at all—of polluting factories. By
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Lisa Friedman Jan 9
Not terrifying at all. Via ⁦
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Glenn Kessler Jan 6
It's kind of amazing that VP Pence has been relegated to meeting with congressional staff. Here's what that means in Washington code: It show he has no clout to make any deal, and it completely devalues the office he represents.
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Coral Davenport Jan 9
The shutdown has halted EPA inspections of illegal pollution from industrial sites.“There are plants that discharge wastewater into streams,places that store hazardous chemicals in containers that could leak...now there’s nobody out there to check”
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Glenn Kessler Jan 6
Bravo to Chris Wallace. We've fact-checked this bogus claim and it's great to finally see a TV anchor nail a WH flack for using it.
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Mark Landler Jan 5
Trump’s advisers came up with the “Wall” as a memory device to keep him from forgetting immigration in his campaign speeches. Now it is boxing in his entire presidency. ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Lisa Friedman Jan 3
Inbox: Pallone's first hearing will be on the economic impacts of climate change. "There is no more pressing issue for our economy, our communities and our planet than climate change" he says calling it the "1st of many hearings" the committee will hold on climate
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