Trump talks gas with Modi, who's serious about climate
President Trump left India yesterday without a substantive agreement on trade. But the visit offered the president and Prime Minister Narendra Modi a chance to highlight a bright spot in the otherwise fraught U.S.-India economic relationship: India's growing demand for U.S. liquefied natural gas.
Wheeler: Severe climate scenario is 'fear propaganda'
EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler told a Brazilian newspaper that a severe climate scenario used regularly in scientific assessments is responsible for "fear propaganda."
Lawmakers, pitched on a carbon tax, shop for something else
A bipartisan group of political luminaries tried yesterday to sell Congress on a carbon tax. But it came as lawmakers in both parties are looking at other ways to address climate change.
Agency discloses rise in CO2, and undercuts a talking point
U.S. greenhouse gas emissions increased 3.1% between 2017 and 2018, according to figures published yesterday by EPA.
EPA inventory shows uptick in greenhouse gas emissions
Greenhouse gas emissions increased in 2018 for the first time in half a decade, according to a draft EPA inventory published today in the Federal Register.