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This year, the fossil fuel industry may top the list of Americans feeling most thankful. The election of Donald Trump not only promises to grant many of their fondest deregulation wishes, but it could also offer a potential Black Friday-like atmosphere on things like drilling leases and access to public lands. 

Undoing all of President Obama’s environmental regulations won’t be as easy as a stroke of a pen, but his executive orders—Obama used a lot of them because he could not count on the support of Congress—are another matter. 

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Here Are 9 Obama Environmental Regulations in Trump's Crosshairs
BY: MARIANNE LAVELLE

The president-elect has promised to undo much of President Obama's regulatory agenda. Here are the rules most vulnerable.
Credit: Reuters

How Much of Obama's Climate Agenda Can Trump Undo With the Stroke of a Pen?
BY: SABRINA SHANKMAN

President Obama relied on executive orders to issue climate rules because of an uncooperative Congress, but now those orders are vulnerable.
Credit: Reuters

Dakota Access Protest 'Felt Like Low-Grade War,' Says Medic Treating Injuries
BY: PHIL MCKENNA

Protesters allege concussions grenades were used along with other escalating tactics in sub-freezing temperatures to quell pipeline protest.
Credit: Reuters
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“I’m looking at it very closely. I have an open mind to it.”
-- President-elect Donald Trump talking to the New York Times about whether he plans to exit the Paris climate agreement.
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Police Treating Dakota Access Protesters 'Like an Enemy on the Battlefield,' Groups Say
BY: PHIL MCKENNA

Amnesty International and the ACLU are calling for a federal investigation of police after increasingly harsh tactics were used in confrontations last weekend.

Exxon’s Accountants Are Experts in Climate Risk. What Did They Tell Exxon?
BY: JOHN H. CUSHMAN JR.

New York’s attorney general wants to know whether the company and the public have been getting the same information about global warming risks.

Marrakech Climate Talks End on Positive Note Despite Trump Threat
BY: ZAHRA HIRJI

Trump's presidency loomed over COP22, but climate leaders insisted that no single country could halt worldwide climate action momentum.

Class-Action Lawsuit Adds to ExxonMobil's Climate Change Woes
BY: DAVID HASEMYER

Investors allege Exxon should have adjusted its accounting of oil reserves based on what it knows about climate change and coming climate action.

Species on the Move

SPECIES ARE ON THE MOVE, TRYING TO ADAPT—AND SURVIVE
FEATURED SPECIES: WILD TURKEY
Happy Thanksgiving! Wild turkeys made a major comeback after their numbers were depleted by overhunting and habitat loss. Now climate change poses a new threat.
Credit: Andrew C. via Wikimedia Commons
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Myron Ebell, the Climate Contrarian Now Plotting the EPA's Precarious Future
Steve Bannon's Trip From Climate Conspiracy Theorist to Trump's White House
Trump to Scrap Nasa Climate Research in Crackdown on 'Politicized Science'
(The Guardian)

Canada Announces Plan to Phase Out Coal by 2030
(BBC)

Get Used to Heat Records; Study Predicts Far More in the Future
(Associated Press)


Trump Wants to Dump the Paris Climate Deal, But 71 Percent of Americans Support It, Survey Finds
(Washington Post)

Outgoing EPA Chief Maintains Optimism by Ignoring Donald Trump Entirely
(Huffington Post)
Los Angeles Utility Officials Announce New Solar Farms, Low-Income Program
(LA Times)

With a Meeting, Trump Renewed a British Wind Farm Fight
(New York Times)

First City in Florida Commits to 100% Renewable Energy
(PV Tech)

Turkey Seeking Renewables Industry With Make-It-Here Rules
(Bloomberg)

Africa's Biggest Windfarm Sparks Controversy in the Desert
(The Guardian)
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