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David Doniger
I'm Senior Strategic Director of Natural Resources Defense Council's Climate and Clean Energy Program (new and bigger group!)
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Kit Kennedy 2h
This is big news and big progress for . has to be at the heart of every successful state climate goal to deliver the fastest and most affordable, cost-effective GHG reductions. It's not the only solution but it's a crucial and necessary piece.
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Ben Storrow 8h
One industry source on the Trump administration's latest potential coal rescue plan: This is the kind of thing "they do in Venezuela,"
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NRDC 🌎 9h
8 years after the 2010 BP that killed 11 people and dumped nearly 5 million barrels of oil into the Gulf, the Trump administration is recklessly setting the stage for the next deadly offshore oil tragedy.
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John Walke 3h
Trump’s EPA wants to stamp out ‘secret science.’ Internal emails show it is harder than expected
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Kit Kennedy 2h
It happened today! announced a big, bold standard, further building the momentum for and progress across the state. now jumps to the lead on , the fastest, cleanest, most affordable global warming solution.
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David Doniger 3h
Pruitt has fumed privately about the constraints on his travels and his ambitions. Two agency employees said they recently heard him liken his cloistered, wood-paneled office at EPA headquarters to “a prison.”
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Jordan Weissmann 10h
This is the most deft explanation I've read of why Republicans thought it was a good idea to release the Comey memos. Short version: They made the mistake of believing some Fox News reporting.
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David Doniger 8h
Scott Pruitt can explain why he needs all that deluxe security
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David Doniger 10h
GOP strategist: “Maybe when Pruitt’s 30-person Secret Service detail carries him through Disney World in a sedan chair like a mandarin, people will have had enough.”
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David Doniger 17h
Stopping an environmental disaster before it's too late University of California - 10h ago In 1985, a team of Both
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John Walke 22h
2 aides to & 3 of his security agents flew to Australia last August on business-class tickets costing roughly $9,000 each to set up meetings for the EPA administrator. The meeting was cancelled. U.S. taxpayers still paid.
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David Doniger 24h
“Shareholders”? I’d like to know who owns shares in .
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David Doniger Apr 19
Big taxpayer expense for 's planned but cancelled junket to Australia. Hope those OK aides and security personnel got to see a couple of kangaroos.
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Gillian Giannetti Apr 19
Fun fact -- the Apple clamshell, TiVO, and the Blackberry were cutting-edge technologies the last time took a look at revising its Natural Gas Policy Statement. It's time for a 21st century approach and will be actively involved in the proceeding.
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David Doniger Apr 19
Replying to @EricLiptonNYT
Is there a Mascot Hall of Shame?
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Eric Lipton Apr 19
Replying to @EricLiptonNYT
In a democracy, when our top federal officials travel to do events like this, reporters who cover them should be told. Releasing government issued photographs on the government twitter account after the fact offers a sanitized version of reality. You might call it propaganda.
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Eric Lipton Apr 19
NYT heard about this planned trip on Wednesday. EPA Public Affairs declined to confirm any details. What is the possible explanation for keeping a taxpayer funded trip like this a secret?
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Lisa Friedman Apr 19
Asked about bicameral resolution yesterday calling for Pruitt to step down, EPA spox pointed out twice that Gov. Kate Brown said nice things about Pruitt recently. Gov. Brown spox replied to me that her comment "is no means an endorsement of Scott Pruitt’s leadership of the EPA."
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John Walke Apr 19
‘If ’s actions continue in the same direction he started, during Pruitt’s term at the EPA the environment will be threatened instead of protected, & human health endangered instead of preserved, all with no long-term benefit to the economy.’
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David Doniger Apr 19
President Trump has a Scott Pruitt problem. Enter Mick Mulvaney.
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