"Climate rules reversed or weakened under Trump could have a significant effect on future emissions. Together, these rollbacks are expected to result in an additional 1.8 billion metric tons of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere by 2035." #BidenHarris2020
President Trump has made dismantling federal climate policies a centerpiece of his administration. At least 100 environmental regulations have been repealed or weakened over the past four years.
Greenhouse gas emissions are the main driver of global warming, which is increasingly causing frequent flooding, fire hazards and worsening air quality across the U.S. See more of this analysis about the impact the climate rollbacks will have over time.
The Trump administration's environmental rollbacks are expected to result in an additional 1.8 billion metric tons of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere by 2035 — more than the combined energy emissions of Germany, Britain and Canada in one year.
The Trump administration's environmental rollbacks are expected to result in an additional 1.8 billion metric tons of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere by 2035 — more than the combined energy emissions of Germany, Britain and Canada in one year.
The Trump administration has tried to roll back 100 environmental regulations over the past four years. Left in place, they could have a significant effect on future greenhouse gas emissions — an additional 1.8 billion metric tons by 2035.
What does the repeal of 100 environmental regulations mean? The U.S. will add 1,800,000,000,000,000 pounds of emissions to the environment by 2035, more than the annual emissions of Germany, Britain and Canada combined.
What does the repeal of 100 environmental regulations mean? The U.S. will add 1,800,000,000,000,000 pounds of emissions to the environment by 2035, more than the annual emissions of Germany, Britain and Canada combined.
Trump's climate rollbacks = 1.8 billion metric tons of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere by 2035... the combined energy emissions of Germany, Britain and Canada in one year. And that's just a portion of them. ( )
"Together, these rollbacks are expected to result in an additional 1.8 billion metric tons of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere by 2035." Terrific piece by and
The Trump administration has tried to roll back 100 environmental regulations over the past four years. Left in place, they could have a significant effect on future greenhouse gas emissions — an additional 1.8 billion metric tons by 2035.
The Trump administration has acted to repeal or weaken at least 100 environmental regulations over the past four years. Left in place, they could have a significant effect on future greenhouse gas emissions — an additional 1.8 billion metric tons by 2035.
President Trump has made dismantling environmental regulations a priority during his time in office. Our new analysis finds that several of these rollbacks could result in an additional 1.8 billion tons of emissions by 2035. via
What Trump’s Environmental Rollbacks Mean for Global Warming (Answer: an additional 1.8 billion metric tons of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere by 2035) - via &
Clear documentation of Trump dismantling of climate change regulations.
5 pretty big rules rolled back. A lot of carbon emissions.
For those who minimize what Trump’s administration has meant to life on this planet
Really great work from & on a new report showing the emissions that will result from Trump's regulatory rollbacks (IF they survive court challenge).
Trump is toxic in every way. This makes it even more vivid.
Powerful graphics showing how the weakening of environmental protection regulations by the US will add 1.8 billion tons of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere by 2035. This will accelerate #ClimateChange.
The cost of Trump's roll-back of environmental regulations? Equivalent to 1.8 billion metric tonnes of CO2 emissions -- or 4.5 million additional cars driving a million miles each.
Terrific analysis by , as usual. The importance of methane from oil and gas is why the is working on the data science of continuous monitoring.
What Trump’s Environmental Rollbacks Mean for Global Warming via &