"The agency tasked with safeguarding our greatest public lands has neglected to protect its workers."
"Among the queries included in a questionnaire sent by President-elect Donald Trump's transition team to workers at the Department of Energy is a request for an inventory of all agency employees or contractors who attended meetings or conferences on climate change."
"U.S. EPA employees are abuzz today about President-elect Donald Trump's choice to be their new boss, and many of them are wary."
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"The parade of Texans to Trump Tower continues, but this time the president-elect is turning to a lesser-known individual for policy advice. Kathleen Hartnett White, a director of energy policy at a conservative Texas think-tank and a Donald Trump energy adviser during the campaign, met with the president-elect Monday afternoon."
"President-elect Donald Trump [was] scheduled to meet [Monday] with two possible contenders for U.S. EPA administrator who have called for drastic rollbacks of environmental rules."
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"'It will be possible for states to choose to become pollution havens'".
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"President-elect Donald Trump is just starting to arrange the team that will advise him and implement his policy agenda. But the list of names that have been floated to fill the top job at the Interior Department includes many people who would slash environmental regulations."