Trump’s climate order is just an opening bid

Amid much fanfare yesterday, President Trump announced an executive order intended to roll back Obama administration climate policies. The executive order (like many of Trump’s actions to date) is largely ceremonial, however. Whether or not Trump has a lasting effect on climate policy will depend on actions taken in the years ahead, not on what […]

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EPA regulations face new test at high court

If the high court sends the rule back to the EPA for cost consideration, said Stuart Shapiro, Rutgers University public policy program director, it could take the agency the rest of the Obama administration to reissue the rule. The Hill, March 24

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EJB MPP’s present practicum report to OSHA, EPA officials in Washington

On May 7, a team of Bloustein M.P.P. students traveled down Washington, DC to present their practicum report to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).  The practicum is the capstone project for the M.P.P program and the students researched the state of oil and gas regulation in the United States.  The students came up […]

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