Environmental Protection Agency administrator Scott Pruitt has received an unprecedented amount of death threats, requiring a 24-hour security detail, according to an editorial published in the Wall Street Journal.
Environmental Protection Agency administrator Scott Pruitt said Tuesday the days of “political science” are over at the agency, announcing a new conflict of interest policy that prevents individuals sitting on EPA scientific boards from receiving grants from the agency.
An article published on the San Francisco Chronicle’s sister-site on Wednesday offers justification for the increased number of death threats to Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt, saying the threats “make a warped sort of sense.”
A new PBS Frontline documentary that paints Environmental Protection Agency administrator Scott Pruitt as a tool for the fossil fuel industry received major funding from a group that has given hundreds of thousands of dollars to environmentalist activists like the Sierra Club.
Repealing the Clean Power Plan will save $33 billion in costs passed onto energy consumers, according to senior Trump administration officials.
The Environmental Protection Agency will soon employ the lowest number of workers since the Ronald Reagan administration.
Six months after President Donald Trump’s inauguration, employees at the Environmental Protection Agency are still “crying at their desks.”
The Sierra Club has failed in its attempt to label Scott Pruitt a violator of the Environmental Protection Agency’s Scientific Integrity Policy.