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Parts Per Billion is an environmental policy podcast from Bloomberg Environment. Each episode of Parts Per Billion features interesting discussions about what’s happening in Congress, in the courts and in federal agencies. We cover everything from air p


We Track PFAS Litigation So You Don’t Have To
Jan 10 • 19 min
There are dozens upon dozens of lawsuits out there over the potentially toxic substances known as “Forever Chemicals.” On this episode of Parts Per Billion, we bring in Bloomberg Environment’s best PFAS reporters and have a roundtable discussion about the…
While You Were Merry, Christmas Tree Farmers Worried
Dec 27, 2019 • 13 min
An ongoing environmental issue may make it harder to acquire your annual holiday conifer. On this episode of Parts Per Billion, agriculture reporter Adam Allington tells us about how the move to ban a powerful pesticide may make life harder for Christmas…
Pipelines, Tolls, and Franz Kafka in Federal Court
Dec 13, 2019 • 13 min
One of the most senior judges in the U.S. says a federal agency’s pipeline approval process is a bureaucratic nightmare straight out of a Kafka novel. Bloomberg Environment’s Ellen Gilmer joins Parts Per Billion, to talk about this process and about how a…
The Global Stakes of Saving the Alaskan Rainforest
Dec 6, 2019 • 12 min
There’s a fight going on right now over saving the rainforest, but it might not be the rainforest you’re thinking of. On this episode of Parts Per Billion, Bloomberg Environment’s Bobby Magill talks about the Tongass National Forest in southeastern Alaska…
Years-Long Fight Against PFAS Coming to a Theater Near You
Nov 20, 2019 • 7 min
Reporter David Schultz sits down with lawyer Rob Bilott, who is portrayed by Mark Ruffalo in the new film, “Dark Waters,” to talk about his crusade to hold DuPont Co. accountable for chemical contamination that a West Virginia farmer believed was killing…
The Farmer Who Got Punished for Reporting Pollution
Nov 5, 2019 • 18 min
On this episode of Parts Per Billion, Bloomberg Environment’s Pat Rizzuto tells us about what happens when people discover their land has been polluted with PFAS chemicals and why there are strong incentives for them to stay quiet. Host: David Schultz.…
Feud With Trump Fouling the Air in California
Oct 15, 2019 • 7 min
Toxic Waste Case at SCOTUS Affects Big Business, Small Town
Sep 30, 2019 • 18 min
On this episode of Parts Per Billion, we do a super-deep dive into a case that the Supreme Court will be hearing in its upcoming term. The case questions how far big businesses must go to clean up their pollution, and we hear from residents of the tiny…
Fighting the War Against Military Pollution
Sep 20, 2019 • 10 min
Waging war—and keeping the peace—can be a dirty business. On this episode of Parts Per Billion, we speak with Rep. John Garamendi (D-Calif.), the congressman in charge of the Pentagon’s environmental cleanup, about how the military is doing on this…
Congress Lurches from “Must Pass” to “Must Pass”
Sep 9, 2019 • 14 min
Congress is back in town and, just this month, it will be facing several bills that all carry the unofficial designation of “must pass.” Bloomberg Environment’s Capitol Hill reporter Dean Scott joins Parts Per Billion to talk about what this “must pass”…
New Federal Lands Manager Wants to Sell Federal Land
Aug 7, 2019 • 9 min
The new acting head of the Bureau of Land Management, Bill Pendley, has some strong views about how federal lands should be managed: he’d like to see them all sold off On this episode of Parts Per Billion, Bloomberg Environment’s Bobby Magill talks about…
Alaska Swelters as Scientists Sweat Funding Cuts
Jul 12, 2019 • 9 min
Alaska is sweltering through a record heat wave that many are attributing to climate change, but climate scientists at the state’s largest university may see their funding cut in the near future. Bloomberg Environment’s Maya Goldman talks about why…
California an Unusual Underdog in Fight With Feds
Jun 25, 2019 • 10 min
California doesn’t usually find itself in the underdog role, but that’s exactly where it is in its ongoing legal battles with the Trump Administration over the rollback of environmental protections. Emily Dooley, Bloomberg Environment’s California…
As Climate Heats Up, So Do Shareholder Meetings
Jun 19, 2019 • 5 min
Big oil and gas companies like Chevron and Exxon Mobil are facing off more frequently with activist shareholders who want to force these companies to address climate change. Kevin Crowley, an energy reporter with Bloomberg News, joins Parts Per Billion to…
Kids Climate Suit Could Be ‘Trial of the Century’
Jun 6, 2019 • 9 min
The eyes of many in the legal world are glued to a lawsuit from a group of children who are suing the federal government over climate change. But as climate reporter Abby Smith tells us, these kids have a long way to go before they get their day in court.…
Bees Are Big Business, Believe It or Not
May 17, 2019 • 13 min
Bees are a symbol of industriousness, but they’ve also been the cause of no small amount of panic in recent years amid reports that the flying honey makers may be going extinct. We took a deep dive into these issues with our new special podcast series,…
Action on Climate in House, But Not Enough for Some
May 8, 2019 • 11 min
The House passed its first major climate change bill in a decade last week, but few environmentalists are cheering. Bloomberg Environment’s Tiffany Stecker joins Parts Per Billion to talk about where Congress is at on climate change and where it may be…
Forget Carbon Neutral, Let’s Go Carbon Negative
Apr 22, 2019 • 11 min
Scientists have developed ways to suck greenhouse gasses out of the atmosphere. So climate change is solved then, right? Bloomberg Environment’s Abby Smith tells us why this technology isn’t yet ready for widespread use and why the government’s policies…
Saving Water—and Money—With the Power of Plumbing
Apr 3, 2019 • 10 min
San Antonio’s water utility has discovered a way to help its low-income residents and simultaneously conserve water: it sends a plumber out to their house, for free. On the latest episode of Parts Per Billion, we speak with the official who runs this…
The Pro-Tax, Anti-Climate Denialism Republican
Mar 19, 2019 • 16 min
Alex Flint believes climate change is real and the best way to deal with it is to raise taxes on carbon emissions. He’s also a Republican. On this episode of Parts Per Billion, we speak with Flint about how a carbon tax would work, how it could appeal to…
How to Sell a Power Plant No One Wants to Buy
Mar 6, 2019 • 12 min
The owners of Arizona’s Navajo Generating Station are having a hard time finding someone who wants to take the power plant off their hands before its lease expires at the end of the year. But while few if any want to buy the plant, there lots of people…
Regulatory Future Murky for ‘Forever Chemicals’
Feb 22, 2019 • 10 min
Bloomberg Environment’s Sylvia Carignan joins Parts Per Billion to talk about the future of PFAS, also known as “forever chemicals,” a family of man-made substances that have been found in groundwater across the country and have been linked to numerous…
Wheeler Likely to Breeze Through Senate
Jan 31, 2019 • 10 min
The President wants Andrew Wheeler to be the permanent chief of the EPA, but first he’ll have to get through the Senate. Bloomberg Environment’s Dean Scott joins us to talk about how Wheeler’s nomination will almost certainly succeed, although the vote…
Mercury Rising in Debate Over EPA Mercury Limits
Jan 24, 2019 • 8 min
Mercury’s not just for thermometers anymore—it also comes out of power plants. Bloomberg Environment’s Amena Saiyid joins us to talk about what the EPA is doing about mercury pollution from power plants and which special interests are pushing the agency…
No Clear Path Forward on Climate After Poland
Jan 8, 2019 • 15 min
The United Nations’ recent climate change conference in Poland didn’t yield much in the way of breakthroughs. That raises the question: How long before catastrophic climate impacts become unavoidable? Bloomberg Environment’s Bobby Magill joins us on our…
The Surprisingly Sturdy Legacy of Ryan Zinke
Dec 20, 2018 • 11 min
Ryan Zinke is gone from President Trump’s cabinet, but Bloomberg Environment’s Stephen Lee says he won’t soon be forgotten. Lee joins us to talk about the long-lasting consequences of Zinke’s 22 months atop the Department of the Interior, and who may…
The EPA’s Disastrous Disaster Response
Dec 13, 2018 • 10 min
How well did the EPA handle last year’s hurricanes and wildfires? Bloomberg Environment reporter Sylvia Carignan found a copy of the agency’s “warts and all” self-assessment of its disaster response, and she said it contains a lot of warts. Host: David…
UN’s Climate Conference Convenes in Poland, and So Do We
Dec 5, 2018 • 14 min
The UN’s 24th annual climate change conference begins in Poland this week amid increasing signs that a global environmental catastrophe is afoot. Bloomberg Environment’s Bobby Magill is there and he spoke with the head of the UN’s General Assembly about…
Talking Pesticides on Turkey Day
Nov 21, 2018 • 11 min
Just in time for Thanksgiving, we have Bloomberg Environment’s Tiffany Stecker on to talk about the pesticides that might be in your food. Specifically, she talks about a particularly potent bug-killing chemical that hasn’t gone away in the developing…
New Congress Will Bring Oversight, Policy Changes
Nov 7, 2018 • 31 min
Congress will look very different when it gavels in next year with a new House Democratic Majority and an expanded Republican Senate. On this special post-election episode of “Suspending the Rules,” our reporters and legislative analysts break down the…
Tiny Power Plants, Tiny Chemicals & Tiny Plaintiffs
Nov 6, 2018 • 6 min
On this week’s episode of our weekly podcast, Parts Per Billion, we get small: small power plants, small amounts of chemicals in your breakfast, and an update on a lawsuit from some small people. Bloomberg Environment’s Adam Allington and Bobby Magill…
Are You Smarter Than an Environmental Reporter?
Oct 31, 2018 • 9 min
This week, we introduce a new segment on our weekly environmental policy podcast, Parts Per Billion: a news quiz where you can test your knowledge of current events against Bloomberg Environment’s finest journalists. We also hear from one of those…
The New Gold Rush 3 Miles Under the Ocean
Oct 12, 2018 • 11 min
The conditions may finally be right for deep sea mining. Demand for rare minerals is peaking thanks to consumer electronics, and technology has developed enough that drilling three miles underwater can be done safely. Or can it? This week on Parts Per…
The Pentagon’s $2 Billion Contamination Problem
Aug 30, 2018 • 11 min
There’s a new contamination problem that people are calling “the new asbestos.” It’s per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, more commonly known as PFAS. PFAS has been linked to numerous health problems, and cities and towns across the country have been…
Don’t Just Throw Away That Fracking Wastewater
Aug 28, 2018 • 12 min
Fracking involves shooting water deep underground to break open oil and gas formations. Most of that water comes back up to the surface eventually. What are we supposed to do with it? Nichole Saunders, an attorney with the Environmental Defense Fund, says…
Climate Solutions, or Maybe Just Wishful Thinking
Aug 23, 2018 • 10 min
Some scientists out there are working on a plan to suck greenhouse gasses out of the air. Is this a potentially revolutionary solution to the problem of climate change? Bloomberg Environment’s Bobby Magill says don’t go popping the champagne corks just…
Taking Plastic Straws Out of the Ballgame
Jul 25, 2018 • 8 min
It seems you can’t go a week anymore without someone announcing they’re banning plastic straws in the name of reducing water pollution. As Bloomberg Environment’s Sam McQuillan reports, even the sporting world is getting into the act. For the latest…
Who Is Brett Kavanaugh?
Jul 10, 2018 • 8 min
Brett Kavanaugh is the man of the hour. The federal appeals court judge was nominated to the Supreme Court by President Trump, who called him “one of the finest and sharpest legal minds in our time.” Bloomberg Environment reporter Fatima Hussein says…
More Money, More Problems for Polluted Real Estate
Jul 5, 2018 • 9 min
More money is always better, right? Well, not when it comes to redeveloping polluted real estate. On the latest episode of Parts Per Billion, we hear from Bloomberg Environment reporter Sylvia Carignan on why larger redevelopment grants from the EPA may…
Solar Offers Promise to Puerto Ricans Frustrated With Utility
May 24, 2018 • 11 min
Many Puerto Ricans are fed up with their government-run electric utility, with sporadic outages still occurring more than eight months after Hurricane Maria. Bloomberg Environment reporter Rebecca Kern just returned from the island, and she found that…
Worker Safety at the Push of a Button
May 7, 2018 • 12 min
Hotel workers have to go into what is essentially someone’s bedroom by themselves multiple times a day. How do we keep them safe? Some California legislators think they have the solution: panic buttons. On this episode of Parts Per Billion, we speak with…
They Want to Mine Bitcoins Where?!
Apr 30, 2018 • 10 min
One of the nice things about bitcoins is that you can mine them almost anywhere—even on a toxic Superfund site. For this week’s episode of Parts Per Billion we explain why these unused, and possibly unusable, contaminated industrial sites might be perfect…
EPA’s Miles Per Gallon Decision Anything But Simple
Apr 3, 2018 • 14 min
The EPA says it’s going to revise the federal fuel efficiency standards for cars and trucks, which environmentalists fear could resurrect the gas guzzlers that used to roam the roads decades ago. For this episode of Parts Per Billion, we give the keys to…
Anyone Want to Buy a Superfund Site?
Mar 5, 2018 • 10 min
Sometimes businesses leave toxic waste in their wake when they shut down a factory. What should be done with that contaminated land? That’s where the EPA’s Superfund program comes in. Its mission is to clean up the land and makes it usable for someone…
Back to Nature in the Big City
Feb 15, 2018 • 11 min
Hey big city dwellers, ever wish you could escape the stress of the concrete jungle and visit something that more resembles an actual jungle? Well now, thanks to something called the “biophilic” movement, your wish may be coming true. On this episode of…
Pot and Poison on Illegal Weed Farms
Feb 1, 2018 • 10 min
Marijuana is becoming a big business and many are hoping this will eventually drive out the illegal pot farmers and their environmental reckless pest control tactics. However, not everyone is so sure. Legal pot could just create a larger market for the…
New Year, New Environment?
Jan 5, 2018 • 14 min
Welcome to 2018! For the latest episode of our podcast, Parts Per Billion, we convene a roundtable discussion among Bloomberg Environment reporters of some of the big policy issues that will be shaping the news in this new year. We touch on everything…
China, Nutella and the Christmas Industrial Complex
Dec 21, 2017 • 13 min
Have you noticed that Christmas trees are harder to come by this year? There’s a reason for that. That reason is nutty, chocolatey and tastes great on toast. It’s Nutella. For this week’s episode of Parts Per Billion, we speak with global environment…
There’s No Easy Way to Get the Lead Out
Nov 8, 2017 • 15 min
It’s been almost three years since the lead contamination crisis in Flint, Mich., and the EPA still hasn’t updated its regulations on the toxic heavy metal. Why? Dan Kildee, a Michigan Democrat who represents Flint in Congress, says if it were easy, it…
Will Corporations Save Us From Climate Change?
Oct 16, 2017 • 11 min
It’s pretty clear that the federal government is now out of the business of leading the way on climate change. Can America’s CEO’s fill this leadership vacuum? We speak with Dean Scott about what companies are doing to become more sustainable and whether…
Celebrate SCOTUS Day With Parts Per Billion
Oct 2, 2017 • 12 min
For attorneys, today is like Christmas, July 4th and Super Bowl Sunday all rolled into one. It’s the first day of the Supreme Court’s new term! To get you prepared for what to expect, we spoke with John Cruden, who was the top environmental attorney in…
After Hurricane, Houston Can’t Be What It Was
Sep 28, 2017 • 12 min
In some ways, things are returning to normal in Houston after Hurricane Harvey. But in other, very important ways, things will never be back to normal there. We speak with Bloomberg BNA Houston correspondent Nushin Huq, a lifelong resident of the city,…
The Frenzy Begins as Congress Returns
Sep 5, 2017 • 14 min
Congress returns from a month-long vacation today and it definitely has its work cut out for it: by the end of this month, it has to fund the government, raise the debt ceiling, reauthorize the FAA and provide disaster relief for victims of Hurricane…
Finger Pointing on the Farm Amid Weed Killer Calamity
Aug 30, 2017 • 12 min
No one’s sure who’s to blame for the widespread crop damage that was caused by a new weed killer from Monsanto and BASF. Farmers blame the chemical companies, while the chemical companies blame state regulators, and so on and so on. In this episode, we…
Does Scott Pruitt Hate Pot Smokers? Maybe Not
Jul 28, 2017 • 12 min
The EPA recently disappointed many pot growers in states where the drug has been legalized. It reversed course from the Obama administration and refused to approve any pesticides for use on marijuana plants. Why did Pruitt’s EPA change the…
Trump a Headache for Pollution Plagued Border Town Mayor
Jun 19, 2017 • 6 min
On this episode of Parts Per Billion, we speak with the mayor of a California border town who’s struggling with an international pollution problem. After big rain storms, raw sewage can seep into a river in Mexico that flows across the border into his…
What Happens When Empty Desks Run the Government
Jun 6, 2017 • 9 min
President Donald Trump blamed Democrats June 5 for “taking forever” to approve his administration’s appointees in a tweet, say that “They are nothing but OBSTRUCTIONISTS!” But, Trump hasn’t moved the quickest of the last few presidents on vetting and…
The World Reacts to Trump’s Paris Withdrawal
Jun 1, 2017 • 9 min
On this breaking news episode of Parts Per Billion, we speak with international climate reporter Eric J. Lyman about how the major global powers will react to President Trump’s decision earlier today to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris climate agreement.
Sink Local Money Into Drinking Water Systems: GOP Lawmaker
May 19, 2017 • 8 min
Infrastructure is one of those things that people like to say shouldn’t be a partisan issue, but maybe the secret of it is that it actually is: Democrats and Republicans have very different ideas about how to pay for it. That’s the highlight of our…
No Tears from Environmentalists if NAFTA Is Done
May 3, 2017 • 12 min
It looks like NAFTA might be going away, or at the very least getting significantly altered. Are environmentalists worried that the controversial deal’s environmental provisions will vanish along with it? Actually no. This week, we hear from Bloomberg BNA…
Why Is Water So Cheap? (Hint: It’s Not)
Apr 4, 2017 • 10 min
This week on our environmental policy podcast Parts Per Billion we begin the first in a series on drinking water—specifically, how do we pay for the drinking water infrastructure upgrades the country badly needs? We pose that question to Rep. Paul Tonko…
The Looming Trade War Trump May… Prevent?
Mar 21, 2017 • 11 min
The EPA is in a tough place; it’s got a deadline coming up in a few days to decide whether it should ban an insecticide used by farmers around the globe. If it does ban the bug killer, that would harm farmers in other countries that want to import their…
Who Is Neil Gorsuch?
Mar 7, 2017 • 11 min
This week on Parts Per Billion, we’re going to be asking the question that everyone on Capitol Hill is going to be asking in a few days: Who is Neil Gorsuch? If he’s confirmed and takes Antonin Scalia’s long-empty seat, how will that change the way the…
Will Border Wall Harm Environment? Does That Matter?
Feb 21, 2017 • 8 min
Will Donald Trump’s wall along the U.S.-Mexico border harm the environment? (Maybe) Will the Trump administration be able to bring its wall into compliance with environmental laws? (Probably not) Will that prevent it from actually building the wall? (Nope)
Air Pollution’s Not Just for Cities Anymore
Feb 7, 2017 • 11 min
Think air pollution only happens in big cities on hot summer days? Think again. This week on Parts Per Billion, we speak with Bloomberg BNA’s Patrick Ambrosio about the surprising winter air problems some rural areas are facing and how these problems are…
Confirming All of the Presidents Men
Jan 24, 2017 • 9 min
Confirmation season is in full swing at the U.S. Senate, and that’s where we are this week. We head to the marble halls of the Greatest Deliberative Body in the World to speak with Bloomberg BNA’s Brian Dabbs. He tells us whether lawmakers will confirm…
Coming to You From the Newsroom, It’s 2017
Jan 10, 2017 • 14 min
To give you a sense of what will be coming down the pike in 2017, this week’s episode ventures out of typical our recording studio and directly into the Bloomberg BNA newsroom. There, we talk with the reporters who live and breathe their environmental…
Celebrating the Holidays with Chemicals
Dec 27, 2016 • 8 min
This week, we’re taking a holiday look back at one of our favorite episodes from earlier this year on the implications of the new chemicals law. What will the law mean for big companies, small companies and for you and me?
International Climate Talks and Trump’s Ghost
Dec 12, 2016 • 12 min
Even though he wasn’t president yet, Donald Trump had a huge impact on the international climate change talks in Morocco a few weeks ago. Bloomberg BNA climate reporter Dean Scott talks about how The Donald influenced the outcome of the talks and where…
Making Abandoned Mines Usable Again
Nov 21, 2016 • 10 min
How do you make an abandoned coal mine into something that stimulates a local economy, like a park or a farm, instead of literally just an empty hole in the ground? Mine reclamation may be the answer. And there’s a $1 billion bill in Congress right now…
Trump Won, Now What?
Nov 9, 2016 • 19 min
The results are in: Donald Trump will be our next president and Republicans will maintain control over both chambers of Congress. What will this mean for leadership at the EPA and in key environmental committees on Capitol Hill? We break it all down for…
What the New Chemicals Law Means for You and Me
Oct 26, 2016 • 8 min
Congress just passed an overhaul of its main chemicals law and some are calling it the most significant piece of environmental legislation in a generation. But what does it mean for you and me? This week, we speak with a consumer products industry leader…
Even In Wet Florida, Aquifers Drying Up
Oct 11, 2016 • 7 min
Though it gets more than four feet of rain a year, groundwater aquifers in Florida are growing perilously low, much like in many other states. And that’s triggering lots of secondary environmental problems, from toxic algae blooms to sinkholes that can…
Great Barrier Reef’s Problems Both Global and Local
Sep 27, 2016 • 6 min
Both climate change and water pollution have made 2016 one of the worst years ever for the Great Barrier Reef. We speak with Bloomberg BNA Australia correspondent Murray Griffin about the economic and political obstacles making it difficult for Australia…
What Is a GMO Anyway?
Sep 13, 2016 • 8 min
Congress passed a GMO disclosure law earlier this summer, but food companies are still a little confused about out how to comply. One of the reasons for the confusion: not everyone agrees on what a GMO is or whether we should even call them GMOs. For this…
Climate Change in a Democratic Senate
Aug 30, 2016 • 10 min
It’s looking like the Democrats have a pretty good shot at taking back the Senate this fall. If they do, how will they tackle climate change? Do they all agree on what strategies they should pursue? (Spoiler alert: they don’t) This is the latest in our…
Flint, the Environment and Civil Rights
Aug 16, 2016 • 12 min
What’s wrong with the EPA’s Office of Civil Rights? What’s it doing to reform itself? And could it have prevented the Flint water crisis? We speak with Rachel Leven, Bloomberg BNA’s environmental justice reporter, about problems at the EPA’s civil rights…
The Graying of American Nuclear Power
Aug 3, 2016 • 12 min
Power companies are soon going to have to decide whether to renew the licenses of nuclear reactors that were built in the 1960s. We speak with Bloomberg BNA energy reporter Rebecca Kern about how to keep a nuclear plant running past its sixth decade and…
What Can Water Utilities Do to Prevent Another Flint?
Jul 12, 2016 • 8 min
The second in a two-part conversation with DC Water chief George Hawkins: why water utilities don’t have as many options as you might think to address the threat of lead-contaminated water.
The Future of Water Is Exciting and Unfunded
Jun 27, 2016 • 12 min
The first in a two-part conversation with DC Water chief George Hawkins: Where will the money come from to allow water utilities to move into the future while fixing the past and still keep operating in the present? In two weeks: the second part of our…
All Hands on Deck in the War Against Mosquitoes
Jun 14, 2016 • 11 min
The U.S. response to the Zika virus outbreak goes way beyond just the CDC. In this episode, we sit down with the top Zika response official at the EPA to talk about how the entire federal government—even the Department of Education—is playing a role.
Was the VW Emissions Scandal Really Unforeseeable?
May 31, 2016 • 8 min
We go digging into the sustainability reports VW filed in the years leading up to its emissions test cheating scandal to look for clues that might have indicated something was amiss.
Canadian Oil, Down But Not Out
May 16, 2016 • 7 min
This week, we talk with Bloomberg BNA energy reporter Alan Kovski about why things aren’t going as badly as they seem for the Canadian oil industry and why, fresh off their victory on the Keystone pipeline, environmentalists face a tough road ahead with…
What’s Driving the Environmental Movement in China?
May 3, 2016 • 10 min
This week we speak to Michael Standaert, our correspondent in China, about how to cover the environment in a country where it can be hard to get reliable data on just how bad the problem really is. He also talks about the urban/rural divide in China that…
Why the GOP Can’t Stop the Paris Agreement
Apr 20, 2016 • 13 min
Though they may try, it’s looking like Republicans in Congress won’t be able to stop the Paris climate change agreement. On this episode of Parts Per Billion, Bloomberg BNA climate change reporter Dean Scott explains why the political math is not in the…
The Environment Under President Trump
Apr 10, 2016 • 9 min
What would environmental policy look like under President Donald J. Trump? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ On this episode of Bloomberg BNA’s Parts Per Billion podcast, we talk to political reporter Anthony Adragna about the uncertainty surrounding what a Trump administration…