If there is an urgent need for emission reductions, regulatory ossification and legal risks counsel the consideration of other approaches, such as a carbon tax.
Environmental Protection Agency
Rioters who ransacked a Senate office may have prevented a few Trump policies from taking effect.
A marathon oral argument on EPA's attempts at climate policy.
A book review of "The Republican Reversal: Conservatives and the Environment from Nixon to Trump" by James Morton Turner and Andrew C. Isenberg
Supreme Court's Muddled Clean Water Act Ruling Threatens Property Rights and the Trump Administration's Deregulation Efforts
Federal clean water regulations are a confusing mess for property owners. The Supreme Court just made things worse.
Another big legal victory for environmental groups this week.
The EPA has talked the talk of cooperative federalism, but it's not yet fully walking the walk.
That's wrong. Promoting fear hinders more than helps environmental progress.
Environmental Protection Agency Gives $45,000 Grant to Help Non-Profit Build Sea Turtle-Shaped Trash Can
The $45,000 grant goes to a New York environmental group's "Going Strawless to Save the Sea Turtle" campaign.
A welcome new federal approach under the Clean Water Act.
A discussion on how to reform federal environmental policy.
Thanks to a design bug in a government transparency website, dozens of social security numbers were mistakenly made public.
The Trump Administration faces another legal setback in its effort to reform federal environmental regulation.
California jurors misled by activist misinformation
California might end up asking conservative judges to strike down federal rules for vehicle emissions.
The administration says its proposal will make cars more affordable and save lives.
President Trump announced the EPA administrator's departure in a pair of tweets.
The EPA administrator's perks now include a $43,000 phone booth, a Chick-fil-A franchise for his wife, and ratfucking.
"A standard demanding the return of the Stone Age would not prove 'requisite to protect the public health.'"
How cowardly politicians avoid telling voters that they should pay more for the privilege of driving
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt's Taste for Swampdweller Perks Is Distracting from His Deregulatory Agenda
Hated by activists, he should have known that he needed to be squeaky clean in his personal and professional life.
Pruitt's recurring waste of taxpayer money undermines his laudable regulatory reforms.
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt Has Four Government Email Addresses, Which Is Three More Than He Needs
Unlike everyone else, Scott Pruitt apparently can't get enough email.
D.C. Government Thinks It Found the Real Problem With EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt's Sweetheart Condo Deal
The Scott Pruitt condo scandal is all about rent-seeking, but not in the way the D.C. city government seems to think.
Rage Over Social-Media 'Censorship' Spurred YouTube Shooting Spree, Trump Proposes 1,300 Chinese Tariffs, Burning Rubber Not Free Speech: Reason Roundup
Meanwhile, corruption scandals dog Scott Pruitt at EPA.
It really can fix anything.
According to federal regulations, they are. But Congress is now subjecting that rule to scrutiny.
And another $840,000 subsidizing parking spaces, despite federal rules meant to limit commuting by car as a way to protect the environment.
Host Ben Domenech also asks about deregulation at the FDA and EPA.
Scott Pruitt blocks EPA-funded researchers from serving on the agency's advisory boards.
The biofuels mandate is crony capitalism as usual.
But the war over coal regulation moves on to a new front
Is the plan actually necessary for bringing emissions down?
A controversial rule on water pollution allowed the agency to micromanage private land use.