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Chevron ruling reshapes energy regulations and federal authority

The Supreme Court's decision to limit federal agency power will pose challenges for the Biden administration's climate policies and regulatory efforts.

Niina H. Farah and Lesley Clark report for E&E News.

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The Supreme Court is crippling environmental protections. Where is Congress?

Will lawmakers allow what one justice called the court’s “appointment of itself as the national decision maker on environmental policy”?
Utah lawsuit threatens Antiquities Act

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.
Frederica Perera, Kari Nadeau: The Supreme Court dealt a terrible blow to children's health

Frederica Perera, Kari Nadeau: The Supreme Court dealt a terrible blow to children's health

We are now learning that climate change and air pollution can act together to increase health effects.
With climate agenda stalled at home, Biden still hopes to lead abroad

With climate agenda stalled at home, Biden still hopes to lead abroad

The United States has demonstrated international leadership on climate change in the past, but recent setbacks are presenting new challenges for President Biden.
Court decision leaves Biden with few tools to combat climate change

Court decision leaves Biden with few tools to combat climate change

A Supreme Court ruling, combined with an energy crunch and intraparty politics, makes it nearly impossible for President Biden to achieve his climate goals.
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