The policy would have required that the data for all scientific studies used to justify major regulatory actions be publicly available.
Ethanol won't save us from oil dependence—or climate change.
The Trump administration is doing the opposite of what a new report says is needed to keep global climate change to a minimum.
Two of the three invited scientists agreed with the rule, even though other evidence suggests most scientists are against it.
In a draft proposal rolling back Obama-era regulations on hydrofluorocarbons, the Trump administration scrapped all references to climate change and those most affected by it.
Researchers are worried that the EPA plans to reduce the Office of Children's Health Protection's influence, or shutter it altogether.
The Environmental Protection Agency is proposing to weaken Obama-era rules about leaks of methane, a potent greenhouse gas that contributes to global warming.
The Environmental Protection Agency published on Tuesday a proposed rule to replace Obama-era proposed regulations on coal power plants.
A federal judge issued a nationwide injunction on the Trump administration's order delaying the Clean Water Rule.
The new plan would require automakers to comply with the state's more stringent greenhouse gas emissions rules despite proposed rollbacks.
Some state legislators seem to agree that California's standards are what's in the United States' best interest.
The plan would end efforts to make cars and trucks average more than 50 miles per gallon by 2025.
Tests have revealed that water in Parchment, Michigan, contains 20 times the federal health advisory for dangerous substances known as PFAS.
An Environmental Protection Agency watchdog calls out Scott Pruitt's failure to penalize three Oklahoma-based oil and gas companies for polluting.
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This move will bring up questions about the waiver that currently allows California to set its own, stricter emissions standards.
Proposed changes to the landmark legislation would limit protections for the thousands of endangered plants and animals covered under the law.