For the social cost of carbon to serve the new government's aims, Pruitt's agency has had to scrape together whatever it can.
Everyone knows that fossil fuel restrictions will eventually come, no matter how much Trump and Pruitt brag about ending the "war on coal.”
There is no doubt that the United States' leadership in the fight against climate change is behind us.
Commitments made by the United States in the Paris Agreement on climate change are hanging in the balance.
The Republican candidate’s promise primarily sends a political message.
US policymakers are walking away from coal and Australian policymakers should do the same.
If we make too many concessions to the U.S. ... it could become a weak, “toothless” law.
Key to understanding the three measures is that they dismantle great oligarchical interests that are deeply entrenched within the nation.