Over four years in office, the Trump administration has dismantled major climate policies and rolled back many rules
By Nadja Popovich, Livia Albech-Ripka, and Kendra Pierre-Louis, The New York Times
Over four years in office, the Trump administration has dismantled major climate policies and rolled back many more rules governing clean air, water, wildlife and toxic chemicals.
While other administrations have emphasized cutting regulations, calling them burdensome to industries like coal, oil and gas, the scope of actions under Mr. Trump is "fundamentally different," said Hana V. Vizcarra, a staff attorney at Harvard Law School's Environmental and Energy Law Program.
In all, a New York Times analysis, based on research from Harvard Law School, Columbia Law School and other sources, counts more than 70 environmental rules and regulations officially reversed, revoked or otherwise rolled back under Mr. Trump. Another 26 rollbacks are still in progress.