Brad Plumer is a reporter at the Washington Post writing about domestic policy, particularly energy and environmental issues.
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The EPA will require gasoline refiners to use just 15.2 billion gallons of ethanol next year — 14% lower than the original target set by Congress.
The EPA is planning to regulate carbon emissions from existing power plants next year. One expert thinks the agency should get creative.
Brazil has managed to cut deforestation in half since 2000. But that’s been offset by increasing forest loss in other countries.
Now that an immigration bill looks dead, some activists have raised the possibility of executive action. But, legal experts warn, that’s not so simple.
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