Derek Reinbold // 4/30/17 //
Last Saturday, the March for Science took place in cities around the world. Many speakers and attendees criticized the Trump administration’s approach to science, particularly with respect to climate change (The Hill, NYT).
The Trump Administration’s new formulas for cost-benefit analyses for regulating agencies can mask the costs imposed by pollution, writes Eli Savit for Take Care.
Members of the Trump Administration will meet on Thursday to evaluate whether the U.S. should exit from the Paris climate agreement (WaPo).
Trump’s proposal to slash the budget for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and National Marine Fisheries Service would drastically reduce American seafood supply, write Bren Smith, Sean Barrett, and Paul Greenberg (NYT).
President Trump is expected to sign an executive order that could expand access to offshore drilling in the Atlantic and Arctic Oceans (NYT).
President Trump signed an executive order requiring review of national monument designations from the past two decades (The Hill).