The Trump Presidency’s Potential Impact On Climate Change

Read the full transcript from Fresh Air.

ProPublica senior reporter Andrew Revkin discusses President Trump’s possible cuts to the EPA, as well as the potential impact of pulling out of the Paris climate accord.

6 ‘good for business’ policies to push for 2017

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It looks as if short-term business profitability will rule. But business leaders can get the ear of policymakers when others can’t. So those who value people, the planet and long-term, sustainable profitability must speak up to voters in their communities and elected policymakers at all levels.

Here are six statements that can change minds about what is “good for business.”

From Obama’s Top Scientist, Words of Caution on Climate

Read the full story at Yale e360.

As President Obama’s chief science adviser, John Holdren has been instrumental in developing climate policy. In an interview with Yale e360, Holdren talks about the urgency of the climate challenge and why he hopes the next administration will not abandon efforts to address it.

Over 2,000 scientists urge Trump to respect ‘scientific integrity and independence’

Read the full story in the Washington Post.

Call it the opening shot in a brewing war over scientific integrity in the future Trump administration.

More than 2,300 scientists, including 22 Nobel Prize winners, have issued an open letter to President-elect Donald Trump and the 115th Congress, urging them to “adhere to high standards of scientific integrity and independence in responding to current and emerging public health and environmental health threats.”

Science Is Bipartisan Issue, White House Science Adviser Says

Read the full story at EOS.

Holdren said that investing in climate change science and policy measures is good for the economy, national security, and the environment.

The Face of EPA May Change. But its Mission Will Continue

Read the full story in Environmental Leader.

Now that Donald Trump is President-elect and will be sworn into office next January, will he follow through with his promises to strip the Environmental Protection Agency of its prowess and will he pull out of the climate deals and laws that his predecessor has already committed?