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House chairman invites Patagonia CEO to testify on monuments

A House chairman has invited the CEO of outdoor retailer Patagonia to testify before his committee amid an ongoing clash between the two over national monuments. → Read More

EPA inks $120k contract with Republican opposition research firm

An agency spokeswoman said the firm will provide “media monitoring/newsclip compilation.” → Read More

Time running out for opponents of Arctic drilling

Negotiators have said the final GOP tax bill will allow drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. → Read More

Overnight Energy: EPA seeks input on changing lead water pipe standards

EPA WORKING ON LEAD RULE: The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) kicked off the regulatory process Thursday for potential updates to 26-year-old standards meant to keep lead out of drinking water. → Read More

Conservation group launches $1M ad campaign hitting Trump monument decision

A conservation group is launching a $1 million television and radio → Read More

Final GOP tax bill would allow Arctic refuge drilling

A tax cut compromise reached Wednesday by GOP negotiators contains a plan to drill for oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR), Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) said. → Read More

Watchdog: Trump officials improperly withheld funds for advanced energy office

A federal watchdog says the Trump administration improperly withheld funding from an Energy Department (DOE) research office this year ahead. → Read More

Overnight Energy: EPA watchdog to investigate Pruitt's secure phone booth

WATCHDOG LOOKING INTO PRUITT'S SOUNDPROOF BOOTH: The Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Inspector General is reviewing Administrator Scott Pruitt's purchase of a nearly $25,000 soundproof booth for his office. → Read More

Former Republican EPA chiefs blast controversial Alaska mining project

Three former Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) administrators who served under Republican presidents came out against a proposed gold and copper mine in Alaska on Tuesday. → Read More

Feds: Arctic saw record-low sea ice, second warmest year on record

The Arctic experienced its “second warmest air temperatures, above average ocean temperatures, loss of sea ice, and a range of human, ocean and ecosystem effects” in 2017 due to a persistent warming trend in the region, federal scientists said Tue → Read More

Overnight Energy: Feds asks court to drop kids' climate lawsuit

FIGHT OVER CHILDREN'S CLIMATE SUIT: A federal court panel appeared skeptical of a Trump administration push to drop a climate change lawsuit from a group of children on Monday. → Read More

Wisconsin governor signs bill opening door to precious metal mining

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) signed legislation Monday opening the door to copper and gold mining in the state. → Read More

Feds push court to dismiss children climate change lawsuit

The Trump administration urged a federal court on Monday to dismiss a lawsuit filed against the government by a group of young people who allege the government's policies are driving climate change. → Read More

Week ahead: House jumps into national monuments fight

A House committee is due to consider legislation next week responding to President Trump's order shrinking two national monuments in Utah. → Read More

EPA releases Superfund site priority list

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on Friday unveiled a list of Superfund sites overdue for immediate clean-up. → Read More

Overnight Energy: EPA chief commits to replacing Obama climate rule

PRUITT TESTIFIES BEFORE HOUSE ENERGY AND COMMERCE: Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt testified for the first time as chief before the House Energy and Commerce Committee on Thursday. → Read More

Pruitt defends EPA travel, installation of secure phone booth

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt on Thursday defended his travel habits and the installation of a secure phone booth at the agency. → Read More

Senate confirms two Interior, EPA nominees

The Senate on Thursday confirmed two of President Trump’s environmental nominees. → Read More

EPA head: Anti-greenhouse gas declaration involved 'breach of process'

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt said Thursday the Obama administration erred when it formally declared greenhouse gases a dangerous pollutant worthy of regulations in 2009. → Read More

‘Largest ever’ drilling lease sale in Alaska yields few bids

A lease sale for oil and gas drilling rights in Alaska — deemed the largest-ever there by the Trump administration — produced bids for only 7 tracts of land and garnered only $1.16 million in revenue, officials announced late Wednesday. → Read More