I thought we were gonna make it a year without a Trump climate change tweet. But it wouldn’t be 2017 if our President didn’t fall back on his favorite terrible weather joke at the first sign of winter.
The Environmental Protection Agency could deliver a huge Christmas present to climate deniers.
There’s a big international climate conference going on right now in Germany. So of course the U.S. showed up to talk about the benefits of fossil fuels. And of course it was an unmitigated disaster.
On Wednesday, a little bit of climate science snuck its way back into the House Science Committee, better known under Republican leadership as being a mockery of its name and a place where good science goes to die, especially when it comes to climate change.
In June, President Trump announced his intent to withdraw from the Paris Agreement, leaving the U.S. as one of three countries wanting to be on the outside of the global agreement to fight climate change.
On Friday, the Trump administration published a new report on climate change. Clocking in at 470 pages, it’s a definitive synthesis of the latest in climate science that’s been written and peer-reviewed by hundreds of scientists and even the general public.