On this edition of Your Call’s One Planet Series, we're discussing the Trump administration’s actions to weaken or dismantle environmental regulations that are meant to protect the environment, public health and curb greenhouse gases.
Over the past four years, the administration has repealed or weakened at least 100 environmental regulations, including fuel economy standards, rules governing clean air, and the regulation of methane emissions.
Caitlin McCoy, staff attorney with the Environmental & Energy Law Program at Harvard Law School
Sharon Lerner, investigative reporter for The Intercept, covering health and the environment
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