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John Leshy: Utah wants to disable the law that led to the creation of four of its magnificent National Parks

A lawsuit all but invited by the country’s chief justice threatens one the most consequential authorities granted to presidents by Congress.
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EPA restores Obama-era mercury rules for power plants, eyes more regulations in coming months

The Biden administration on Friday finalized a decision to reestablish Obama-era rules that require coal and oil-fired power plants to reduce toxic pollutants, including mercury and acid gas, that come out of their smokestacks.

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Opinion: Here is what is really strangling the energy transition

Antiquated power lines can’t carry the added electricity from new solar and wind projects.
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Ron DeSantis is the same old Republican on climate issues

DeSantis represents a new, more reasonable-seeming climate candidate—but the denial is still there.
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Republican drive to tilt courts against climate action reaches a crucial moment

A Supreme Court environmental case being decided this month is the product of a coordinated, multiyear strategy by Republican attorneys general and conservative allies.
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Sambhav Sankar: The Supreme Court is pursuing a very dangerous strategy for the environment

The court’s conservative majority seems intent on pursuing an agenda that would limit the federal government’s ability to shield the planet.
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Supreme Court allows greenhouse gas cost estimates

Supreme Court allows greenhouse gas cost estimates

Louisiana and other Republican-led states challenged a federal working group’s efforts to develop standards for agencies to use in quantifying the harms caused by emissions.