Rebecca Leber

Rebecca Leber is Grist's news editor and reports on climate politics and policy. Before Grist, she was a staff writer at The New Republic and a reporter for ThinkProgress. Follow her on Twitter and Facebook.

How Trump’s Supreme Court pick keeps environmental cases out of court

Neil Gorsuch has a record of blocking environmental suits.

California is recruiting disgruntled EPA staffers

Go west, young environmental policy wonk!

The EPA Twitter feed is acting like Scott Pruitt’s new fan club

And something else has gone missing (spoiler: it's science).

6 crucial EPA programs on Trump’s chopping block

The administration has big plans to slash environmental protections.

Senate confirms Pruitt for EPA without bothering to read his emails

Take deep breath -- that clean air may not be around much longer.

Trump plans to target the EPA with new executive orders

The orders are expected as soon as Pruitt’s sworn in.

The unlikely champions of a carbon-tax plan: Republicans

Not all conservatives are ignoring climate change.

House Science Committee takes a page from the Inquisition

The chair, Lamar Smith, has some new weapons in his battle against the nation's scientists.

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Even if Trump doesn’t “cancel” the Paris deal, he could still ruin it

Whatever happens, the U.S. will likely undermine global climate negotiations.