Will Corruption and Arrogance Undo Trump's Environmental Team, as It Did Reagan's? | By John Cronin
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt is fighting an uphill battle to retain his job after weeks of mounting scandals. President Trump’s chief of staff John Kelly reportedly wants Pruitt gone. The president continues to express support. But that is standard fare, not only for Trump, but for the strangely analogous case of President Reagan and the brief tenures of his EPA Administrator and Interior Secretary. Read more . . .
President Donald Trump’s reckless and feckless Secretary of the Interior slumps from office under the weight of fifteen investigations.
President Donald Trump hid the National Climate Assessment behind Thanksgiving. 13 federal agencies wrote it. The media found it.
Like a faux country and western musician who wears a ten-gallon hat for credibility, Zinke’s pretense to Interior Secretary has worn thin.
The return of Hudson rivermen to work the annual shad run was a biological event that signaled the season. No longer.
Pruitt evades congressional questions about self-dealing, cronyism, corruption, and revenge firings. Tick-tock.
Chair of the Senate Environment Committee says constituents have a new “spring in their step” thanks to EPA’s Pruitt.
Pruitt and Zinke will follow the same ignominious ext as the environment team Pres. Reagan promised to keep.
All but one of the 16 members the administration chose support relaxation of rules for hunting “trophy animals.”
She inspired others to defeat seven proposed Hudson Valley nukes and ultimately bring down Indian Point.
Former EPA Regional Administrator Judith Enck calls out Interior Secretary Zinke for his plan to open up oil and gas drilling.
“in our obscurity, in all this vastness, there is no hint that help will come from elsewhere to save us from ourselves . . . Earth is where we make our stand.”
As of this writing, Day Zero, — the day the water supply of Capetown, South Africa will run out — is set for May 11. The plight of this city of 4 million is a cautionary tale, littered with missed opportunities and unheeded warnings that every 21st century city and town should take to heart.