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Updated August 2020
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The latest climate change news and debates and what it's like to cover them from the E&E newsroom. Why Climate Lede? A "lede" in journalism is the juicy bit at the top of a story that entices you to find out more. Climate Lede is hosted by the editor and deputy editor of Climatewire, a publication of E&E News focused on the policy, business and science of climate change. E&E News provides original and compelling journalism on energy and the environment in five daily publications that keep to ...
 
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Rep. Carlos Curbelo, a Florida Republican, has wrangled 39 House Republicans into saying they want action on climate change. But he's facing one of the tightest elections in the country as Democrats seek to take back Congress in the fall. Climatewire reporter Kelsey Brugger describes her interview with Curbelo, and Climatewire talks with Susan MacM…
 
The Sierra Club and the Natural Resources Defense Council released tens of thousands of pages of emails from U.S. EPA officials obtained through the Freedom of Information Act last week. Three Climatewire reporters -- Niina Heikkinen, Scott Waldman and Zack Colman -- talk through how they combing combed the emails to find nuggets worthy of news, in…
 
Researchers are forecasting a higher-than-usual season for hurricanes this summer because of lingering El Nina conditions. Climatewire science reporter Chelsea Harvey goes over the forecasts for extreme weather. Adam Sobel, an atmospheric scientist at Columbia University, explains how difficult it is to attribute any storm or any active season to c…
 
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt has outlined a proposal to increase transparency in the science used to write rules on air, water and chemicals; but scientists say it's really an attempt to exclude public health research and potentially make way for industry-funded studies instead. Climatewire reporter Scott Waldman walks through the potential chang…
 
There's a place in Texas where people are as concerned about climate change as those in liberal New York or D.C.: the fields of South Texas. Rising temperatures is making it even harder on farm workers who already toil under extreme heat. Climatewire science and politics reporter Scott Waldman gives a special preview of the story from his trip. And…
 
Increased scrutiny of EPA administrator Scott Pruitt has put the spotlight back on a trip he took to Morocco in December to promote liquefied natural gas (LNG). The company that stands to benefit the most from more exports of American LNG is Cheniere Energy, which is controlled by Carl Icahn, an investor close to Trump who helped Pruitt land his jo…
 
U.S. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt has had a week of bad headlines following reporting about possible ethics violations. Will Trump fire him? Climatewire editor Evan Lehmann and deputy editor Robin Bravender talk to an environmentalist who wants Pruitt to go and a friend of Pruitt who thinks the scandal is overblown. Greenwire reporter Kevin Bogar…
 
The U.S. EPA will announce this week it wants to relax Obama-era targets on vehicle pollution, setting in motion a potential war with California. Meanwhile, greenhouse gas emissions from transportation keep rising, overtaking all other sectors in the country. Climatewire reporter Camille von Kaenel explains what to expect. Margo Oge, the former EPA…
 
California has mostly cleaned up its smokestacks but air regulators say it won’t meet its ambitious climate goals without tackling its car culture. But in the San Francisco Bay Area right now, more people are driving and they’re driving farther. In this special episode, Climatewire reporter Camille von Kaenel talks to a “super-commuter” who lives h…
 
The Washington state senate failed to pass a carbon tax proposal championed by Gov. Jay Inslee (D) last week. Climatewire's energy reporter Benjamin Storrow unpacks what happened. Washington State Sen. Reuven Carlyle (D), the sponsor of the carbon tax bill, talks next steps. And a conservative who likes carbon taxes games out the national implicati…
 
Hurricane Irma devastated Barbuda. Now, a proposal to develop the island to pay for recovery could end the communal ownership of the island that has existed since the abolition of slavery. Climatewire's international reporter Jean Chemnick shares her reporting with Evan Lehmann, editor of Climatewire. They talk to a resident who saw Irma destroy he…
 
James Eskridge, the mayor of Tangier Island, Va., describes his home in the Chesapeake Bay and how the waves are eating away at the shoreline. He says it is due to erosion, not sea level rise. Don Boesch, an environmental science professor at the University of Maryland, says it is at least partly due to sea level rise, and it could get worse. And C…
 
Climatewire beat reporters Niina Heikkinen and Brittany Patterson describe what it's like to cover (or, often, chase after for a quote) U.S. EPA administrator Scott Pruitt and Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, respectively. They compare the Trump administration's proposed budget cuts for climate programs in EPA and Interior. And a round of trivia reve…
 
Republican love to lambaste Steve Cosson, of the theater company The Civilians, for the climate musical he wrote with a National Science Foundation grant several years ago. Climatewire editor Evan Lehmann and deputy editor Robin Bravender catch up with him to talk climate funding ahead of the release of the White House spending plan next week. Josh…
 
It's State of the Union Day, and Climatewire editor Evan Lehmann and deputy editor Robin Bravender take you back to some of the key climate and energy mentions in past addresses. White House reporter Zack Colman walks through what he's expecting from tonight's speech (hint: not a lot of climate change mentions). And the editors share their takes on…
 
This special episode contains an extended interview with Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-R.I.) He talks with Climatewire editor Evan Lehmann and deputy editor Robin Bravender from his office about inaction on climate change in Congress, the Trump administration, and his plan to counter the influence of the fossil fuel lobby.Photo by Richard Davidson.…
 
E&E News reporters have been chasing details on the White House's nascent initiative to export clean coal technology. Climatewire international reporter Jean Chemnick explains how the U.S. is not even the leader in the technology in question – China is. Climatewire editor and deputy editor Evan Lehmann and Robin Bravender go over their sit-down int…
 
The Trump administration got handed one of its first big losses on energy policy by a Republican-leaning independent agency this week. Climatewire energy reporter Benjamin Storrow explains what happened when Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, FERC, shot down a coal and nuclear subsidy proposal by Energy Secretary Rick Perry. Energywire reporter …
 
Republicans who talk about climate change, like those on the House Climate Solutions Caucus, don't get any love from environmental groups, but they also haven't put forward a real conservative solution. Zack Colman, Climatewire's White House reporter, walks through the political dynamics. Climatewire's science reporter Chelsea Harvey talks about a …
 
Climatewire's politics reporter Josh Kurtz talks about Democrats and environmentalists getting hopeful for a blue wave to hit Texas, and why Latino voters' interest in climate change won't be enough to flip the state yet. Greenwire regulations reporter Maxine Joselow highlights the best tidbits from her and Greenwire enterprise reporter Hannah Nort…
 
California politicians have sought to portray themselves as anti-Trump crusaders on climate change. Debra Kahn, E&E News' San Francisco reporter, joins the D.C. newsroom to describe her interactions with Gov. Jerry Brown (D). Climatewire White House reporter Zack Colman details his scoop on the Trump administration's new clean coal alliance. And En…
 
This special episode contains an extended interview with William K. Reilly, U.S. EPA administrator under President George H. W. Bush. He talks with Climatewire editor Evan Lehmann and deputy editor Robin Bravender about his opposition to President Trump and current EPA administrator Scott Pruitt, the stance of Republicans on climate change, and the…
 
Congress is all about tax reform this week. Greenwire reporter Geof Koss explains what's relevant to the energy world and shares stories from what it's really like to report on E&E issues in Congress. Climatewire's Adam Aton calls in from West Virginia where U.S. EPA held a hearing on the repeal of the Clean Power Plan. And the hosts, Climatewire e…
 
U.S. EPA administrator Scott Pruitt called Climatewire deputy editor Robin Bravender's cellphone. She and Climatewire editor Evan Lehmann share how they approached the interview and play some of the audio highlights. Climatewire science and politics reporter Scott Waldman describes how he traced the path of Rep. Lamar Smith (R-Tex.) in Utqia?vik, A…
 
The UN climate talks are offering a show. Climatewire's international reporter Jean Chemnick calls in from Bonn, Germany to share how people are pushing back against the Trump administration. On the other side of the planet, Puerto Rico is still struggling with downed power and storm damage nearly three months after Hurricane Maria. Greenwire clima…
 
A year after President Trump's election, Americans will vote on several candidates and issues that have consequences for climate change and climate policy. Climatewire politics reporter Josh Kurtz describes the races he's following -- including the surprisingly fascinating battle for lieutenant governor in Virginia -- and gets quizzed by Climatewir…
 
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt is changing up who advises him on science, giving more slots to people from the industry. Climatewire editor Evan Lehmann and deputy editor Robin Bravender talk to Greenwire air quality reporter Sean Reilly, who got an early look at the names of the new advisers. President George H.W. Bush's EPA Administrator, Bill Re…
 
What does it mean if a member of the bipartisan Climate Solutions Caucus is planning to introduce a carbon tax in the House Ways and Means Committee? Climatewire politics reporter Josh Kurtz, former editor of E&E Daily, breaks it down in his debut with Climatewire editor Evan Lehmann and deputy editor Robin Bravender. Jean Chemnick, who covers inte…
 
The Heartland Institute is organizing a group of scientists to cast doubt on mainstream climate change science, and it has the ear of the Trump administration. Climatewire editor Evan Lehmann and deputy editor Robin Bravender describe the group's leaked emails. Climatewire science reporters Scott Waldman and Chelsea Harvey fact-check the claims. In…
 
The Trump administration started a long process to repeal the Clean Power Plan this week with its formal announcement it would ax the rule. Climatewire editor and deputy editor Evan Lehmann and Robin Bravender give some insight into the players in the negotiations. Energywire legal reporter Ellen Gilmer talks next steps, and Climatewire EPA reporte…
 
Coming soon: The Climate Lede, the E&E News podcast hosted by Climatewire editor and deputy editor Evan Lehmann and Robin Bravender. Reporters and special guests will share behind-the-scenes tidbits from the front lines of the debate over climate change and insight into policy and science from E&E's newsroom in Washington, D.C.Music: schmaltz by Ja…
 
Climatewire editor and deputy editor Evan Lehman and Robin Bravender take you into E&E's newsroom. President Trump visited Puerto Rico following Hurricane Irma, and White House correspondent Zack Colman unpacks whether we can expect Congress and the federal government to continue their outreach to the island territory with funding and microgrids. D…
 
Former EPA administrator Gina McCarthy talks with Climatewire editor Evan Lehmann and deputy editor Robin Bravender about current EPA administrator Scott Pruitt, President Donald Trump, and their efforts to undo her greenhouse gas regulations, all over a Guinness.Image: Gina McCarthy talks climate over a Guinness. Photo by Camille von Kaenel.…
 
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