One Planet: The Trump Administration's Environmental Rollbacks
On this edition of Your Call’s One Planet Series, we’ll discuss the Trump administration’s efforts to weaken or dismantle environmental regulations that are meant to protect the environment, public health and curb greenhouse gases.
According to Harvard Law School's rollback tracker, the administration has targeted at least 90 environmental rules, including the Endangered Species Act, methane emissions, coal plants, cars, light bulbs, public lands and oil and gas drilling.
Caitlin McCoy, Climate, Clean Air, & Energy Fellow for the Environmental & Energy Law Program at Harvard University
Rebecca Leber, climate & environment reporter for Mother Jones
Harvard Law School: Regulatory Rollback Tracker
Harvard Law School: Top 20 Regulatory Rollbacks to Watch in 2020
New York Times: 95 Environmental Rules Being Rolled Back Under Trump