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    Quote Posted by WhatTha' (here)
    "The world today has 6.8 billion people... that's headed up to about 9 billion. Now if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we could lower that by perhaps 10 or 15 percent."

    I can't be sure but it looks like there might be some text missing. It's also possible that it might completely distort the meaning of the entire statement. Just suggesting it as a possibility.
    Listen to the video, at 4:33. This is precisely what he says, and nothing's omitted.


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    INFRASTRUCTURE OF AGENDA 21
    CLEAN AIR ACT(CAA)

    What is it?
    Summary of the Clean Air Act
    42 U.S.C. §7401 et seq. (1970)


    “The Clean Air Act (CAA) is the comprehensive federal law that regulates air emissions from stationary and mobile sources. Among other things, this law authorizes EPA to establish National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) to protect public health and public welfare and to regulate emissions of hazardous air pollutants.

    One of the goals of the Act was to set and achieve NAAQS in every state by 1975 in order to address the public health and welfare risks posed by certain widespread air pollutants. The setting of these pollutant standards was coupled with directing the states to develop state implementation plans (SIPs), applicable to appropriate industrial sources in the state, in order to achieve these standards. The Act was amended in 1977 and 1990 primarily to set new goals (dates) for achieving attainment of NAAQS since many areas of the country had failed to meet the deadlines.

    Section 112 of the Clean Air Act addresses emissions of hazardous air pollutants. Prior to 1990, CAA established a risk-based program under which only a few standards were developed. The 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments revised Section 112 to first require issuance of technology-based standards for major sources and certain area sources. "Major sources" are defined as a stationary source or group of stationary sources that emit or have the potential to emit 10 tons per year or more of a hazardous air pollutant or 25 tons per year or more of a combination of hazardous air pollutants. An "area source" is any stationary source that is not a major source.

    For major sources, Section 112 requires that EPA establish emission standards that require the maximum degree of reduction in emissions of hazardous air pollutants. These emission standards are commonly referred to as "maximum achievable control technology" or "MACT" standards. Eight years after the technology-based MACT standards are issued for a source category, EPA is required to review those standards to determine whether any residual risk exists for that source category and, if necessary, revise the standards to address such risk.

    Source: https://www.epa.gov/laws-regulations...-clean-air-act

    Clean Power Plan (CPP)
    What is it?


    “The Clean Power Plan was an Obama administration policy aimed at combating anthropogenic climate change (global warming) that was first proposed by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in June 2014. ... The Obama administration designed the plan to lower the carbon dioxide emitted by power generators.”

    Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clean_Power_Plan


    The standards of the Clean Power Plan, were developed under the Clean Air Act, with congressional approval, which required the EPA to take steps in reducing air pollution that harms the public's health.


    EPA Takes Another Step To Advance President Trump's America First Strategy, Proposes Repeal Of "Clean Power Plan"

    WASHINGTON (October 10, 2017) – Today, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM), proposing to repeal the so-called “Clean Power Plan (CPP).” After reviewing the CPP, EPA has proposed to determine that the Obama-era regulation exceeds the Agency’s statutory authority. Repealing the CPP will also facilitate the development of U.S. energy resources and reduce unnecessary regulatory burdens associated with the development of those resources, in keeping with the principles established in President Trump’s Executive Order on Energy Independence.

    “The Obama administration pushed the bounds of their authority so far with the CPP that the Supreme Court issued a historic stay of the rule, preventing its devastating effects to be imposed on the American people while the rule is being challenged in court,” said EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt. “We are committed to righting the wrongs of the Obama administration by cleaning the regulatory slate. Any replacement rule will be done carefully, properly, and with humility, by listening to all those affected by the rule.


    CPP Repeal Saves up to $33 Billion in Avoided Costs in 2030


    The proposed repeal both examines the Obama administration’s cost-benefit analysis, as well as provides insights to support an updated analysis of the environmental, health, and economic effects of the proposed repeal. The Trump administration estimates the proposed repeal could provide up to $33 billion in avoided compliance costs in 2030.”

    As part of the notice-and-comment process for this proposed repeal, EPA will continue this analysis and inform the public, as necessary, to get feedback on new modeling and other information. The final action on this proposed repeal will address the results of this ongoing work.

    Forthcoming is an Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPRM) that will be reflective of a thoughtful and responsible approach to regulatory action grounded within the authority provided by the statute.

    “With this action, the Trump administration is respecting states’ role and reinstating transparency into how we protect our environment,” said Administrator Pruitt.

    Background
    On March 28, President Trump signed an Executive Order on Energy Independence, establishing a national policy in favor of energy independence, economic growth, and the rule of law. The purpose of the Executive Order (EO) is to facilitate the development of U.S. energy resources and to reduce unnecessary regulatory burdens associated with the development of those resources. That same day, EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt signed four Federal Register notices in response to the EO, including a formal announcement of review of the Clean Power Plan. After substantial review, the Agency has proposed to determine that the Clean Power Plan (CPP) must be repealed.

    Source: https://www.epa.gov/newsreleases/epa...roposes-repeal


    ‘Reinstating transparency’…….this is a good sign! Also clearly the action of repealing the Clean Power Plan!



    Below was the most current article I could find on the topic, so it looks like this action is still in progress and the intent is there to withdraw and then revise the Clean Air Act.

    January 26, 2018, 9:48 AM
    Trump administration ends EPA clean air policy opposed by fossil fuel companies

    “The Trump administration announced Thursday it is doing away with a decades-old air emissions policy opposed by fossil fuel companies, a move that environmental groups say will result in more pollution. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) said it was withdrawing the "once-in always-in" policy under the Clean Air Act, which dictated how major sources of hazardous air pollutants are regulated.

    Under the EPA's new interpretation, such "major sources" as coal-fired power plants can be reclassified as "area sources" when their emissions fall below mandated limits, subjecting them to differing standards.

    Though formal notice of the reversal has not yet been filed, EPA said the policy it has followed since 1995 relied on an incorrect interpretation of the landmark anti-pollution law.”

    Source: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/epa-cle...uel-companies/


    **Executive Order 13783 – Promoting Energy Independence and Economic Growth
    82 FR 16093; March 28, 2017

    Executive Summary


    On March 8, 2017, President Trump signed Executive Order 13783, Promoting Energy Independence and Economic Growth. The Executive Order establishes a national policy to promote the clean and safe development of domestic energy resources while avoiding unnecessary regulatory burdens. It directs federal agencies to “review all existing regulations, orders, guidance documents, policies, and any other similar agency actions (collectively, “agency actions”) that potentially burden the development or use of domestically produced energy resources.” The Executive Order also orders the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to review specific rules. As part of E.O. 13783, agencies are to develop a report detailing this review that includes recommendations for reducing unnecessary regulatory burdens.

    Source: https://www.epa.gov/sites/production...10-25-2017.pdf


    I hope you’re getting excited? These are not fascist actions of an Administration gone wild! This is going right to the gut of AGENDA 21……THANK YOU PRESIDENT TRUMP!
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    Default Re: Examples of Trump Administration Dismantling Deep State’s Agenda 21 Blueprint!

    The Endangered Species Act, another key environmental piece of legislation used to build the AGENDA 21 foundation, appears to be more complicated and there are many articles on the topic representing both sides. The viewer really needs to read on their own as I’ve only posted a small portion of what’s available.

    What’s clear is this particular Act is being reviewed and revised just like the others I’ve pointed out, which is good news for those concerned about the over-reaching Agenda 21 policies and you will get a glimmer as to why revamping might be needed after reading some of the articles. I’m sure we can all agree that endangered species should have protections. Let’s hope common sense prevails in the decision making process, but we’ll have to wait and see where the chips and fall as it’s in the early stages of reform.

    The ‘deep state’ far left organizations and supporters will cry ‘fowl’ (get it…’fowl’, lol), claiming the Trump Administration is waging war on endangered species and the environment, which is the typical ‘sky is falling’ argument and not necessarily the truth. If one does proper research, it’s not too hard to see how the over-regulating environmental legislation(ESA) is hiding under the guise of maintaining Biodiversity which magically fits perfect into the AGENDA 21 end game of ‘inventory and contol’; exactly why Rosa Koire coined the term of her book, ‘Behind The Green Mask’.

    INFRASTRUCTURE OF AGENDA 21
    ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT (ESA)

    What is it?
    Summary of the Endangered Species Act
    16 U.S.C. §1531 et seq. (1973)


    The Endangered Species Act (ESA) provides a program for the conservation of threatened and endangered plants and animals and the habitats in which they are found. The lead federal agencies for implementing ESA are the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) and the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Fisheries Service. The FWS maintains a worldwide list of endangered species. Species include birds, insects, fish, reptiles, mammals, crustaceans, flowers, grasses, and trees.

    The law requires federal agencies, in consultation with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and/or the NOAA Fisheries Service, to ensure that actions they authorize, fund, or carry out are not likely to jeopardize the continued existence of any listed species or result in the destruction or adverse modification of designated critical habitat of such species. The law also prohibits any action that causes a "taking" of any listed species of endangered fish or wildlife. Likewise, import, export, interstate, and foreign commerce of listed species are all generally prohibited.

    More Information

    The Office of Pesticide Programs (OPP) implements key portions of the Endangered Species Act. OPP regulates the use of all pesticides in the United States and establishes maximum levels for pesticide residues in food, thereby safeguarding the nation's food supply.

    Source: https://www.epa.gov/laws-regulations...ed-species-act


    February 15, 2017
    The Endangered Species Act may be heading for the threatened list. This hearing confirmed it.
    By Darryl Fears


    A Senate hearing to “modernize the Endangered Species Act” unfolded Wednesday just as supporters of the law had feared, with round after round of criticism from Republican lawmakers who said the federal effort to keep species from going extinct encroaches on states’ rights, is unfair to landowners and stymies efforts by mining companies to extract resources and create jobs.

    The two-hour meeting of the Environment and Public Works Committee was led by Sen. John Barrasso (R-Wyo.), who said last month that his focus in a bid to change the act would be “eliminating a lot of the red tape and the bureaucratic burdens that have been impacting our ability to create jobs,” according to a report in Energy and Environment News.

    In his opening remarks, Barrasso declared that the act “is not working today,” adding that “states, counties, wildlife managers, home builders, construction companies, farmers, ranchers and other stakeholders” have made that clear in complaints about how it impedes land management plans, housing development and cattle grazing, particularly in western states, such as Wyoming.

    At least one Republican has vowed to wage an effort to repeal the Endangered Species Act. “It has never been used for the rehabilitation of species,” House Natural Resources Committee Chairman Rob Bishop (R-Utah) said, according to an Associated Press report. “It’s been used to control the land. We’ve missed the entire purpose of the Endangered Species Act. It has been hijacked.”


    The Endangered Species Act is a 43-year-old law enacted under the Nixon administration at a time when people were beginning to understand how dramatically chemical use and human development were devastating species. It has since saved the bald eagle, California condor, gray wolves, black-footed ferret, American alligator and Florida manatee from likely extinction.

    But members of the hearing said its regulations prevented people from doing business and making a living. In a comment to a former U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service director who testified at the hearing, Sen. James M. Inhofe (R-Okla.), repeated a point made by Barrasso that of more than 1,600 species listed as threatened or endangered since the act’s inception, fewer than 50 have been removed.

    That’s about 3 percent of the total, the chairman said. “As a doctor, if I admit 100 patients to the hospital and only three recover enough to be discharged, I would deserve to lose my medical license,” Inhofe said.


    Source: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...=.fb61d0e7a3aa



    Jul 19, 2017
    Fish And Wildlife Service Backs GOP-Led Bills To Chip Away At Endangered Species Act
    If the efforts succeed, the 1973 law could go the way of the dodo.


    WASHINGTON — As Earth stares down the barrel of a sixth mass extinction event, conservative lawmakers in Washington have taken aim not at climate change or habitat loss, but at one of the most important laws meant to protect imperiled species and combat the biodiversity crisis: the Endangered Species Act.

    This Republican-led effort was on full display Wednesday when the House Committee on Natural Resources took up five bills targeting portions of the ESA, a 1973 law intended to safeguard threatened species and the habitats critical to their survival.

    At the hearing, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service voiced support for the package of reform bills. The proposals, agency Acting Director Greg Sheehan said in testimony, “seek to improve implementation of the ESA, and in general the administration supports them.”

    Sheehan called the ESA “one of our nation’s important conservation laws,” and said it has had both successes and challenges. “My goal as acting director of the service is for the organization to be a better neighbor and partner to the public and states,” he said.


    In his opening remarks, Rep. Rob Bishop (R-Utah), chairman of the committee, argued that while the ESA was set up to protect and recover threatened species, it has been “misused to try and control land” and “block a host of economic activities, like jobs and energy and infrastructure,” and that it has “proliferated costly litigation which is actually taking taxpayers’ resources away from actual conservation.”

    “In short, the ESA doesn’t work,” Bishop said. “We have to find a way to reform it so it actually solves problems.”


    Source: https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry...b0000eb196c579



    WHAT’S THE LATEST?

    January 31, 2018
    EPA Forms Posse To Fix 'broken' Endangered Species Regulations To Speed Up Pesticide Approval
    by John Siciliano


    The Environmental Protection Agency is looking to fix what it calls the "broken" process of balancing pesticide approvals with endangered species protections, which conservationists have warned could be the start of eroding key protections under the Endangered Species Act.

    “The current Endangered Species Act pesticide consultation process is broken,” said EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt in announcing a new interagency working group with Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross. Their goal is to fix the system which ensures endangered species aren't harmed when approving the use of new pesticides.

    The working group comes after the White House announced it will be taking actions to streamline environmental permitting and siting requirements as part of Trump's infrastructure agenda.

    Source: https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/e...icide-approval


    01/31/2018
    EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt Signs Endangered Species Act Memorandum with State Agriculture Commissioners


    WASHINGTON (January 31, 2018) — Today, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt spoke at the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture Winter Policy Conference and signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) establishing an interagency Working Group to evaluate and improve the Endangered Species Act consultation process for pesticide registration.

    “The current Endangered Species Act pesticide consultation process is broken,” said EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt. “Today, the Trump Administration is taking action to improve and accelerate this process, harmonize interagency efforts, and create regulatory certainty for America's farmers and ranchers.”

    “Once again, EPA has acted on the calls for regulatory reform from rural communities across the country. I'm glad to see Administrator Pruitt carrying out President Trump's pro-growth agenda benefiting Oklahoma farmers and ranchers,” said Oklahoma Commissioner of Agriculture Jim Reese.

    “It’s a breath of fresh air to have an EPA willing to listen to farmers and ranchers across the country. I applaud President Trump and Administrator Pruitt for partnering with rural America to provide the regulatory certainty that our agriculture community deserves,” said Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture Ryan Quarles.

    The interagency Working Group includes the Department of the Interior and Department of Commerce and comes at a critical time as EPA has 700 pesticide registrations to complete by 2022.

    Source: https://www.epa.gov/newsreleases/epa...morandum-state

    Read official Memorandum here:
    https://www.epa.gov/newsreleases/moa...-working-group



    Stay tuned on this one, more to come.
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    Just a Bump for this informative thread.



    Thank you we-R-one for starting this thread and all your research.

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    Default Re: Examples of Trump Administration Dismantling Deep State’s Agenda 21 Blueprint!

    Hey we-R-one, hope you don't mind if I post this George Hunt video regarding the UNCED Earth Summit. Here is an excerp from the intro by Mr. Hunt-
    "I have attended some of the meeting and caucuses leading to the UNCED Earth Summit. I am a business consultant and a college teacher in small business management. I own an environment company, too, and am very familiar with the environment hypocrisy - that the world order crowd has taken over the environment movement. I am aware of their plans..."
    How the Illuminati Gained
    Control of the Earth's Land

    (Jul 30, 2013)


    VIDEO


    _____________________

    George Hunt
    UNCED_Earth_Summit_1992 AGENDA_21
    Pt.1-6

    (Oct 26, 2014)


    VIDEO
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    The argument by Trump supporters on the "Trump is NOT the Answer thread" against posts there concerning what various non-profits and other groups have been protesting was that certain of them, like Sierra Club and NRDC are controlled by the Deep State and are lying or obfuscating information about Trump's policies re the environment, the poor, elderly, children, etc.
    Brian (Fellow Aspirant) addressed the problems with that tactic very well here: http://projectavalon.net/forum4/show...56#post1216256
    ...and in my last post on that thread following Brian's: http://projectavalon.net/forum4/show...=1#post1216256
    I stated I don't have the time or energy to engage with rude attacks and strident arguments that are presented as iron clad facts rather than opinions, and that is still the case.
    It's pretty predictable what the response will be to the above by those who attempted to subvert that thread, and if there are objections to forum members presenting opposing views to those of the OP on this thread, well, turn about is fair play when it comes to debates.
    ( It would be great if we could have had more actual courteous discussions on this subject, not just debates and arguments. )
    If there is one thing I've learned over the years of researching conspiracy theory, it's that things rarely are as they appear, and if there is one thing that conspiracy theory forums such as Avalon should be open to, it's questioning appearances.

    And though I have never denied that many of Trump's actions and policies are much needed, I still maintain that he must be allied to some factions of the elite puppetmasters.
    (Labels such as Left Wing, Snowflake, Libtard etc. do not apply to those who are not so brainwashed as to be either Left or Right in orientation, but are looking at the broader picture, so please do not attempt to paint me with that brush if you are still thinking in those divisive, 3D kinds of terms.)
    And though that faction of elites may be more benevolent in the short run than the faction they are currently beating, their long range plans for the planet may still be aligned in many ways.
    According to many whistleblowers, we don't even know yet who the real people are on top (and it's arguable as to whether they are actually human).
    If the real puppetmasters aren't the Rockefellers, Rothchilds, Clintons, Bushes, whose agendas we know pretty well already, who are they and how do we know what they really intend?
    I think it's very dangerous to be so blinded at this stage of the game by false hopes and naivety, and it is still much too early in the game to think that the public is winning.
    Can there be any doubt that Trump has to take the elite of the elite's wishes into consideration?
    What I would like us to look at more is not so obvious as Trump's apparent trailblazing after so many decades of Deep State corruption, but the less obvious policies that are not so beneficial and where they may be leading us.
    It's never safe to give any policy maker a free pass--they are far too vulnerable to blackmail and corruption.

    Meanwhile, here is an article from the New York Times (yes, of course, they aren't telling the truth much of the time) but can anyone really disprove what they are alleging? Please don't cite who is funding them--that isn't absolute proof. If only it were that easy! They are still obliged to print some of the truth or no one at all would believe them.

    https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/...-reversed.html
    Quote To date, the Trump administration has sought to reverse more than 60 environmental rules, according to a New York Times analysis, based on research from Harvard Law School’s Environmental Regulation Rollback Tracker http://environment.law.harvard.edu/P...LBACK-TRACKER/ Columbia Law School’s Climate Tracker http://columbiaclimatelaw.com/resour...ation-tracker/ and other sources.
    33
    rules have been overturned
    Flood building standards
    Proposed ban on a potentially harmful pesticide
    Freeze on new coal leases on public lands
    Methane reporting requirement
    Anti-dumping rule for coal companies
    Decision on Keystone XL pipeline
    Decision on Dakota Access pipeline
    Third-party settlement funds
    Offshore drilling ban in the Atlantic and Arctic
    Ban on seismic air gun testing in the Atlantic
    Northern Bering Sea climate resilience plan
    Royalty regulations for oil, gas and coal
    Inclusion of greenhouse gas emissions in environmental reviews
    Permit-issuing process for new infrastructure projects
    Green Climate Fund contributions
    Endangered species listings
    Hunting ban on wolves and grizzly bears in Alaska
    Protections for whales and sea turtles
    Reusable water bottles rule for national parks
    National parks climate order
    Environmental mitigation for federal projects
    Calculation for “social cost” of carbon
    Planning rule for public lands
    Copper filter cake listing as hazardous waste
    Mine cleanup rule
    Sewage treatment pollution regulations
    Ban on use of lead ammunition on federal lands
    Restrictions on fishing
    Fracking regulations on public lands
    Migratory bird protections
    Department of Interior climate policies
    Rule regulating industrial polluters
    Safety standards for “high hazard” trains
    24
    rollbacks are
    in progress
    Clean Power Plan
    Paris climate agreement
    Car and truck fuel-efficiency standards
    Offshore oil and gas leasing
    Status of 10 national monuments
    Status of 12 marine areas
    Limits on toxic discharge from power plants
    Coal ash discharge regulations
    Emissions standards for new, modified and reconstructed power plants
    Emissions rules for power plant start-up and shutdown
    Sage grouse habitat protections
    Regulations on oil and gas drilling in some national parks
    Oil rig safety regulations
    Regulations for offshore oil and gas exploration by floating vessels
    Drilling in the Arctic Wildlife Refuge
    Hunting method regulations in Alaska
    Requirement for tracking emissions on federal highways
    Emissions standards for trailers and glider kits
    Limits on methane emissions on public lands
    Permitting process for air-polluting plants
    Use of birds in subsistence handicrafts
    Coal dust rule
    Haze rule for national parks
    Review process for forest restoration projects
    10
    rollbacks are
    in limbo
    Wetland and tributary protections
    Methane emission limits at new oil and gas wells
    Limits on landfill emissions
    Mercury emission limits for power plants
    Hazardous chemical facility regulations
    Groundwater protections for uranium mines
    Efficiency standards for appliances
    Efficiency standards for federal buildings
    Rule helping consumers buy fuel-efficient tires
    Aircraft emissions standards

    The chart above reflects three types of policy changes: rules that have been officially reversed; announcements and changes still in progress, pending reviews and other rulemaking procedures; and regulations whose status is unclear because of delays or court actions. (Several rules were undone but later reinstated after legal challenges. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/10/06/c...gulations.html)

    The process of rolling back the regulations has not been smooth, in part because the administration has tried to bypass the formal rulemaking process in some cases. On more than one occasion, the administration has tried to roll back a rule by announcing its intent but skipping steps such as notifying the public and asking for comment. This has led to a new kind of legal challenge, according to Joseph Goffman, executive director of Harvard’s environmental law program. Courts are now being asked to intervene to get agencies to follow the process.
    Regulations have often been reversed as a direct response to petitions from oil, coal and gas companies and other industry groups, which have enjoyed a much closer relationship with key figures in the Trump administration than under President Barack Obama. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/07/01/u...te-change.html

    Scott Pruitt, the head of the Environmental Protection Agency, has frequently met with industry executives and lobbyists. (As Oklahoma’s attorney general, Mr. Pruitt sued the agency he now oversees more than a dozen times to try to block Obama-era rules.) https://www.nytimes.com/2017/10/03/u...714D72&gwt=pay The E.P.A. has been involved in nearly one-third of the policy reversals identified by The Times.

    Here are the details for each policy targeted by the administration so far — including who lobbied to get the regulations changed. Are there rules we missed? Email climateteam@nytimes.com or tweet @nytclimate.OVERTURNED
    1. Revoked Obama-era flood standards for federal infrastructure projects
    This Obama-era rule, revoked by Mr. Trump last August, required that federal agencies protect new infrastructure projects by building to higher flood standards. Building trade groups and many Republican lawmakers opposed it as costly and burdensome.
    2. Rejected a proposed ban on a potentially harmful pesticide
    Dow AgroSciences, which sells the pesticide chlorpyrifos, opposed a risk analysis by the Obama-era E.P.A. that found the compound posed a risk to fetal brain and nervous system development. Mr. Pruitt rejected the E.P.A. analysis, reversing the Obama-era efforts to ban the compound, arguing that it needed further study. In December of 2017 the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration issued a biological opinion that chlorpyrifos — along with two other pesticides, Diazinon and Malathion — are harmful to endangered salmon.
    3. Lifted a freeze on new coal leases on public lands
    Coal companies weren't thrilled about the Obama administration's three-year freeze pending an environmental review. Mr. Zinke, the interior secretary, revoked the freeze and review in March of 2017. He appointed members to a new advisory committee on coal royalties in September.
    4. Canceled a requirement for oil and gas companies to report methane emissions
    In March of 2017, Republican officials from 11 states wrote a letter to Mr. Pruitt, saying the rule added costs and paperwork for oil and gas companies. The next day, Mr. Pruitt revoked the rule.
    5. Revoked a rule that prevented coal companies from dumping mining debris into local streams
    The coal industry said the rule was overly burdensome, calling it part of a “war on coal.” In February last year, Congress passed a bill revoking the rule, which Mr. Trump signed into law.
    6. Approved the Keystone XL pipeline
    Republicans, along with oil, gas and steel industry groups, opposed Mr. Obama's decision to block the pipeline, arguing that the project would create jobs and support North American energy independence. After the pipeline company reapplied for a permit, the Trump administration approved it. In November, state regulators in Nebraska, where the pipeline would pass through, approved the project but rejected the pipeline company’s proposed route.
    7. Approved the Dakota Access pipeline
    Republicans criticized Mr. Obama for delaying construction after protests led by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. Mr. Trump ordered an expedited review of the pipeline, and the Army approved it. Crude oil began flowing in June, but a federal judge later ordered a new environmental review. The pipeline can continue to operate, but its owners must develop a spill response plan with federal and tribal officials near Lake Oahe in North Dakota, enlist third-party auditors and produce bimonthly reports.
    8. Prohibited funding third-party projects through federal lawsuit settlements, which could include environmental programs
    Companies settling lawsuits with the federal government have sometimes paid for third-party projects, like when Volkswagen put $2.7 billion toward pollution-fighting programs after its emissions cheating scandal. The Justice Department has now prohibited such payments, which some conservatives have called “slush funds.”
    9. Repealed a ban on offshore oil and gas drilling in the Atlantic and Arctic oceans
    Lobbyists for the oil industry were opposed to Mr. Obama's use of the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act to permanently ban offshore drilling along parts of the Atlantic coast and much of the ocean around Alaska. Mr. Trump repealed the policy in an April 2017 executive order and instructed his interior secretary, Mr. Zinke, to review the locations made available for offshore drilling. In January the Trump administration opened nearly all United States coastal waters to offshore drilling.
    10. Proposed the use of seismic air guns for gas and oil exploration in the Atlantic
    Following a executive order in April last year known as the America-First Offshore Energy Strategy, the Trump administration began an application process to allow five oil and gas companies to survey the Atlantic using seismic air guns, which fire loud blasts that can harm whales, fish and turtles. The Obama administration had previously denied such permits.
    11. Revoked a 2016 order protecting the northern Bering Sea region in Alaska
    Mr. Trump revoked a 2016 order by Mr. Obama that was meant to protect the Bering Sea and Bering Strait by conserving biodiversity, engaging Alaska Native tribes and building a sustainable economy in the Arctic, which is vulnerable to climate change. Senator Lisa Murkowski, Republican of Alaska, has said she will work on new legislation that would reinstate the part of Mr. Obama’s order that required policies be vetted by the region’s tribes.
    12. Repealed an Obama-era rule regulating royalties for oil, gas and coal
    Lobbyists for the fossil fuel industry opposed 2016 Interior Department regulations meant to ensure fair royalties were paid to the government for oil, gas and coal extracted from federal or tribal land. In August of 2017, the Trump administration rescinded the rule, saying it caused “confusion and uncertainty” for energy companies.
    13. Withdrew guidance for federal agencies to include greenhouse gas emissions in environmental reviews
    Republicans in Congress opposed the guidelines, which advised federal agencies to account for possible climate effects in environmental impact reviews. They argued that the government lacked the authority to make such recommendations, and that the new rules would slow down the issuing of permits. Critics say that by eliminating the guidance, the administration is inviting lawsuits that could slow down permitting even more.
    14. Relaxed the environmental review process for federal infrastructure projects
    Oil and gas industry leaders said the permit-issuing process for new infrastructure projects was costly and cumbersome. In an August executive order, Mr. Trump announced a policy he said would streamline the process for pipelines, bridges, power lines and other federal projects. The order put a single federal agency in charge of navigating environmental reviews, instituted a 90-day timeline for permit authorization decisions and set a goal of completing the full process in two years.
    15. Announced intent to stop payments to the Green Climate Fund
    Mr. Trump said he would cancel payments to the fund, a United Nations program that helps developing countries reduce emissions and adapt to climate change. Mr. Obama had pledged $3 billion, $1 billion of which Congress has already paid out over the opposition of some Republicans.
    16. Removed a number of species from the endangered list
    Arguing that they no longer warranted protection, the Trump administration removed a number of species from the endangered and threatened species lists, including the Yellowstone grizzly bear, which the Obama administration had also proposed removing. While Republicans had long pushed to have the bears removed, environmentalists said the population had not yet recovered.
    17. Overturned a ban on the hunting of predators in Alaskan wildlife refuges
    Alaskan politicians opposed the law, which prevented hunters from shooting wolves and grizzly bears on wildlife refuges, arguing that the state has authority over those lands. Congress passed a bill revoking the rule, which Mr. Trump signed into law.
    18. Withdrew proposed limits on endangered marine mammals caught by fishing nets on the West Coast
    Under Mr. Trump, the National Marine Fisheries Service withdrew the proposed rule, noting high costs to the fishing industry and arguing that sufficient protections were already in place.
    19. Stopped discouraging the sale of plastic water bottles in national parks
    The National Park Service had urged parks to reduce or eliminate the sale of disposable plastic water bottles in favor of filling stations and reusable bottles. The International Bottled Water Association called the action unjustified.
    20. Rescinded an Obama-era order to consider climate change in managing natural resources in national parks
    The 2016 policy, which called for scientific park management, among other objectives, was contested by Republicans. In August, the National Park Service said it rescinded the policy to eliminate confusion among the public and National Park Service employees regarding the Trump administration’s “new vision” for America’s parks.
    21. Revoked directive for federal agencies to mitigate the environmental impacts of projects they approve
    In a March 2017 executive order, Mr. Trump revoked an Obama-era memorandum that instructed five federal agencies to “avoid and then minimize” the impacts of development on water, wildlife, land and other natural resources. The memo also encouraged private investment in restoration projects.
    22. Directed agencies to stop using an Obama-era calculation of the “social cost of carbon”
    As part of an expansive March 2017 executive order, Mr. Trump directed agencies to stop using an Obama-era calculation that helped rulemakers monetize the costs of carbon emissions and instead base their estimates on a 2003 cost-benefit analysis. Despite the federal rollback, several states, including New York and Minnesota, are using the Obama-era metric to help reduce emissions from their energy grids.
    23. Revoked an update to the Bureau of Land Management's public land use planning process
    Republicans and fossil fuel industry groups opposed the updated planning rule for public lands, arguing that it gave the federal government too much power at the expense of local and business interests. Congress passed a bill revoking the rule, which Mr. Trump signed into law.
    24. Removed copper filter cake, an electronics manufacturing byproduct, from the “hazardous waste” list
    Samsung petitioned the E.P.A. to delist the waste product, which is produced during electroplating at its Texas semiconductor facility. The E.P.A. granted the petition after a public comment period.
    25. Reversed a proposed rule that mines prove they can pay for cleanup
    Mining groups and Western-state Republicans opposed an Obama-era proposal that mining companies prove they have the money to clean up pollution left behind at their sites. Abandoned mines have left waterways polluted in many parts of the country. In December, the Trump administration rejected the proposed rule, saying it would impose an undue burden on rural America and on an important sector of the economy.
    26. Withdrew a proposed rule reducing pollutants at sewage treatment plants
    In December 2016, the E.P.A. proposed a rule requiring sewage treatment plants to further regulate emissions, which can include hazardous air pollutants, including formaldehyde, toluene and tetrachloroethylene.
    27. Overturned ban on use of lead ammunition on federal lands
    Mr. Zinke overturned the Obama-era order, which banned the use of lead ammunition and fish tackle on lands and waters managed by the Fish and Wildlife Service, citing lack of “significant communication, consultation or coordination with affected stakeholders.”
    28. Amended fishing regulations for a number of species
    After a push by commercial fishing groups, the Trump administration began to roll back regulations on catch limits and season openings for various species of fish, including gray triggerfish, while proposing to review rules for others.
    29. Announced plans to rescind water pollution regulations for fracking on federal and Indian lands
    Energy companies petitioned the Bureau of Land Management to rescind the rule, which was proposed by Mr. Obama in 2015 but never enforced because of legal challenges. In July, the bureau announced plans to revoke the rule, citing Mr. Trump's "prioritization of domestic energy production." At the end of December, the rule was officially rescinded. This year, conservation and tribal groups along with the state of California sued to block the repeal.
    30. Rolled back an Obama-era policy aimed at protecting migratory birds
    In December, Mr. Trump's administration reversed a statement that energy companies might face prosecution for accidentally killing birds while operating their facilities.
    31. Rollled back the Department of Interior's climate and mitigation policies
    Following a March 2017 executive order, the Department of the Interior rescinded Obama-era climate and mitigation policies and directed the Bureau of Land Management to review its mitigation strategies for the National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska.
    32. Overturned a Clinton-era rule designed to regulate industrial polluters
    In January 2018, the E.P.A. issued new guidance overturning a Clinton-era regulation designed to regulate industrial polluters. Under the old rules factories and other facilities that released airborne pollutants above a set threshold were required to install technologies that reduced pollution to the maximum level achievable. They were also required to maintain these technological controls even if they dropped below the threshold level. The new rules overturn the requiremet to maintain these controls.
    33. Reversed an Obama-era rule that required braking system upgrades for trains carrying oil and ethanol
    In December, the Department of Transportation said it could no longer justify Obama-era rules that required improved braking systems on “high hazard” trains hauling flamabale liquids. The rules were designed to help prevent accidents like the 2013 train derilment in Lac-Mégantic, Quebec, that killed 47 people. That train, carrying crude oil, derailed in Lac-Mégantic's downtown, where it caught fire and exploded. The rule had been opposed by the railroad and oil industries as costly and unnecessary.
    IN PROGRESS
    34. Proposed repeal of the Clean Power Plan
    Coal companies and Republican officials in many states opposed the plan, which set limits on carbon emissions from existing coal- and gas-fired power plants. Mr. Trump issued an executive order in March last year instructing the E.P.A. to re-evaluate the plan, which had not taken effect. In October, the E.P.A. proposed repealing the plan without a replacement. In December, however, the department published a notice proposing a rule that would replace the plan . The comment period for the replacement proposal was slated to end in February, but has been extended through April 26th.
    35. Announced intent to withdraw the United States from the Paris climate agreement
    Arguing that it tied his hands in matters of domestic energy policy, Mr. Trump announced that the United States would withdraw from the Paris accord, under which the United States had pledged to cut emissions by 26 to 28 percent below 2005 levels by 2025. The Trump administration has formally notified the United Nations of its intent to withdraw, but it cannot complete the process until late 2020. The United States is the only country in the world opposed to the agreement.
    36. Reopened a review of fuel-efficiency standards for cars and trucks
    Automakers said it would be difficult and costly to meet fuel economy goals they had agreed upon with the Obama administration. Under Mr. Trump, the E.P.A. and Department of Transportation have reopened a standards review for model years 2021 through 2025. The administration is also considering easing penalties on automakers who do not comply with the federal standards.
    37. Proposed reopening nearly all U.S. waters for oil and gas drilling
    The fossil fuel industry and Republican lawmakers pushed Mr. Zinke to revise a five-year offshore oil and gas leasing plan finalized by the Obama administration. The Obama-era plan put 94 percent of the Outer Continental Shelf off limits to drilling. Mr. Zinke's initial plan would open up over 90 percent of the area, but several states are now seeking exemptions.
    38. Recommended shrinking or modifying 10 national monuments
    Republicans in Congress said the Antiquities Act, which allows presidents to designate national monuments, had been abused by previous administrations. Mr. Obama used the law to protect more than 4 million acres of land and several million square miles of ocean. Mr. Trump ordered a review of recent monuments, culminating in proclamations that shrank two Utah sites, reducing Bears Ears National Monument by 85 percent and Grand Staircase-Escalante almost by half. At least five lawsuits are challenging the modifications.
    39. Reviewing 12 marine protected areas
    As part of his April executive order aimed at expanding offshore oil and gas drilling, Mr. Trump called for a review of national marine sanctuaries and monuments designated or expanded within the past decade. In June, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced that 12 protected marine areas were under review. In his recommendation to the president, Mr. Zinke, the interior secretary, called for introducing commercial fishing in three protected marine areas: Rose Atoll, in the South Pacific; Pacific Remote Islands, to the south and west of Hawaii; and Northeast Canyons and Seamounts, off the coast of New England.
    40. Reviewing limits on toxic discharge from power plants into public waterways
    Utility and fossil fuel industry groups opposed the rule, which limited the amount of toxic metals — arsenic, lead and mercury, among others — power plants could release into public waterways. Industry representatives said complying with the guidelines, which were to take effect in 2018, would be extremely expensive. In September, Mr. Pruitt postponed the rule until 2020.
    41. Reviewing rules regulating coal ash waste from power plants
    Utility industry groups petitioned to change the rule, which regulates how power plants dispose of coal ash in waste pits that are often located near waterways. In December, the E.P.A. proposed technical changes to the rule, as well as alternative performance standards. In January, the EPA accepted an application from Oklahoma seeking state regulatory coal over its coal ash instead of E.P.A. control.
    42. Reviewing emissions standards for new, modified and reconstructed power plants
    In addition to the Clean Power Plan, Mr. Trump's Executive Order on Promoting Energy Independence called on the E.P.A. to review a related rule limiting carbon dioxide emissions from new, modified and reconstructed power plants.
    43. Reviewing emissions rules for power plant start-ups, shutdowns and malfunctions
    Power companies and other industry groups sued the Obama administration over the rule, which asked 36 states to tighten emissions exemptions for power plants and other facilities. The E.P.A. under Mr. Trump asked the court to suspend the case while the rule undergoes review.
    44. Announced plans to review greater sage grouse habitat protections
    Oil and gas industry leaders criticized the Obama administration's plan, developed in coordination with thousands of stakeholders, for protecting the bird, whose numbers have plummeted in recent years. In July, the Bureau of Land Management issued recommendations that gave states greater latitude than the original plan. In December, The B.L.M. ended Obama-era rules that prioritized putting oil and gas drilling projects and grazing habitats outside of sage grouse habitat. The policy shifts led to an increase in federal leasing in sage grouse habitat in Wyoming at the end of 2017. In the first quarter of 2018, the agency is expected to offer seven times more sage grouse habitat for leasing in Wyoming compared to the same quarter in 2017.
    45. Ordered review of regulations on oil and gas drilling in national parks where mineral rights are privately owned
    Mr. Trump’s March executive order called for a review of Obama-era updates to a 50-year-old rule regulating oil and gas drilling in national parks with shared ownership. (Most national parks are owned solely by the government, and drilling in them is banned. In some parks, though, the government owns the surface but the mineral rights are privately held.)
    46. Reviewing new safety regulations on offshore drilling
    The American Petroleum Institute and other trade groups wrote to the Trump administration, raising concerns over oil rig safety regulations implemented after the 2010 Deepwater Horizon explosion and oil spill. In August, the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement confirmed it was moving forward with the review. Mr. Trump had ordered a review of the rules earlier in the year.
    47. Ordered a review of a rule regulating offshore oil and gas exploration by floating vessels in the Arctic
    As part of the expansive executive order on offshore drilling, Mr. Trump called for an immediate review of a rule intended to strengthen safety and environmental standards for exploratory drilling in the Arctic. The rule, a response to the 2013 Kulluk accident in the Gulf of Alaska, increased oversight of floating vessels and other mobile offshore drilling units.
    48. Proposed ending a restriction on exploratory drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
    Republicans have long sought to to open the Alaska refuge to gas and oil drilling. In August, an Interior Department internal memo proposed lifting restrictions on exploratory seismic studies in the region, which is home to polar bears, caribou and other Arctic animals. In December, Republicans in Congress lifted the decades-old ban on drilling in the refuge as part of a sweeping tax bill. President Trump signed the bill into law on Dec. 22.
    49. Ordered a review of federal regulations on hunting methods in Alaska
    Obama-era rules prohibited certain hunting methods in Alaska’s national preserves. They overruled state law, which had allowed hunters to bait bears with food, shoot caribou from boats and kill bear cubs with their mothers present. Alaska sued the Interior Department, claiming that the regulations affected traditional harvesting. The Trump administration ordered a review.
    50. Proposed repeal of a requirement for reporting emissions on federal highways
    Transportation and infrastructure industry groups opposed a measure that required state and local officials to track greenhouse gas emissions from vehicles on federally funded highways. The rule took effect in September, after the Trump administration's attempts to postpone it were challenged in court. But the administration formally proposed reversing the rule the next week.
    51. Proposed a repeal of emissions standards for trailers and glider kits
    Stakeholders in the transportation industry opposed the Obama-era rule, which for the first time applied emissions standards to trailers and glider vehicles. They argued that the E.P.A. lacked the authority to regulate them, because their products are not motorized. In November, the E.P.A. proposed repealing the standards.
    52. Suspended rule limiting methane emissions on public lands
    The oil and gas industry opposed the rule, which required companies to control methane emissions on federal or tribal land. The House voted this year to revoke the rule, but the Senate rejected the measure, 51 to 49. In December, after a series of legal challenges, the Bureau of Land Management published a notice in the Federal Register delaying the requirements for a year. A coalition of environmental groups has sued the Bureau of Land Management and the Department of the Interior over the delay.
    53. Announced plans to review permitting programs for air-polluting plants
    In an October memorandum, Mr. Pruitt announced that a panel would be established to reconsider a permitting process for building new facilities like power plants that pollute the air. “The potential costs, complexity, and delays that may arise” from the permitting process, Mr. Pruitt wrote, could “slow the construction of domestic energy exploration, production or transmission facilities.”
    54. Overturned a ban on using parts of migratory birds in handicrafts made in Alaska
    The Alaska Migratory Bird Co-Management Council — which includes federal, state and Alaska Native representation — recommended changes to the rule, which banned making handicrafts in Alaska from inedible parts of migratory birds that were hunted for food.
    55. Announced a review of coal dust limits in mines
    An Obama administration rule was intended to lower miners’ exposure to coal dust in an attempt to reduce the incidence of black lung disease. The Labor Department’s Mine Safety and Health Administration announced in December that it would seek a study of the Obama-era requirements, which the mining industry opposes.
    56. Announced rewriting of rule meant to reduce haze in national parks
    The E.P.A. announced a planned rewrite of an Obama-era update to regional haze regulations aimed at reducing air pollution in national parks and wilderness areas by 2064. EPA administrator Scott Pruitt noted that “some or all of the issues” raised by industry groups and conservatives – including costs and other regulatory burdens – would be considered. The haze program, which requires older coal-fired power plants and other sites to implement more stringent pollution controls, had been a source of conflict between state and federal auhorities under Mr. Obama. Since Mr. Trump took office last year, the E.P.A. has loosened or delayed implementation of regional haze plans in several states, including Arkansas, Texas and Utah.
    57. Announced plans to revise environmental review process for forest “restoration” projects
    After complaints from Congress and the timber industry, a January memo from the Department of Agriculture announced plans to review procedures under the National Environmental Policy Act, “with the goal of increasing efficiency of environmental analysis” when it comes to approval of forest restoration or thinning projects.
    IN LIMBO
    58. Proposed rescinding a rule that protected tributaries and wetlands under the Clean Water Act
    Farmers, real estate developers, golf course owners and many Republican politicians opposed an Obama-era clarification of the Clean Water Act, called the Waters of the United States rule, that extended protections to small waterways. Under Mr. Trump's direction, Mr. Pruitt issued a proposal in June 2017 to roll back the expanded definition. In January 2018, the Supreme Court ruled that challenges to the rule must be heard in district courts rather than in appeals courts. Later that month the E.P.A. formally suspended the rule for two years. The next day the New York attorney general vowed to sue to block the suspension.
    59. Reviewing a rule limiting methane emissions at new oil and gas drilling sites
    Lobbyists for the oil and gas industries petitioned Mr. Pruitt to reconsider a rule limiting emissions of methane and other pollutants from new and modified oil and gas wells. A federal appeals court has ruled that the E.P.A. must enforce the Obama-era regulation while it rewrites the rule. The E.P.A. said it may do so on a “case by case” basis.
    60. Put on hold rules aimed at cutting methane emissions from landfills
    Waste industry groups objected to this Obama-era regulation, which required landfills to set up methane gas collection systems and monitor emissions. In May, the E.P.A. suspended enforcement of the new standards for 90 days, pending a review. The delay period has since passed, meaning the rule is in effect util the administration reviews and replaces the rule.
    61. Delayed a lawsuit over a rule regulating airborne mercury emissions from power plants
    Coal companies, along with Republican officials in several states, sued over this Obama-era rule, which regulates the amount of mercury and other pollutants that fossil fuel power plants can emit. They argued that the rule helped shutter coal plants, many of which were already compliant. Oral arguments in the case have been delayed while the E.P.A. reviews the rule.
    62. Delayed a rule aiming to improve safety at facilities that use hazardous chemicals
    Chemical, agricultural and power industry groups said that the rule, a response to a 2013 explosion at a fertilizer plant that killed 15 people, did not increase safety. Mr. Pruitt delayed the standards until 2019, pending a review. Eleven states are now suing over the delay.
    63. Continuing review of proposed groundwater protections for certain uranium mines
    Republicans in Congress came out against a 2015 rule which regulated byproduct materials from a type of uranium mining. They said the E.P.A. had not conducted an adequate cost-benefit analysis of the rule. The Obama administration submitted a revised proposal one day before Mr. Trump was sworn into office. The Trump administration must now decide the fate of the rule.
    64. Delayed publishing efficiency standards for household appliances
    A number of states and environmental groups sued the Trump administration for failing to publish efficiency standards for appliances like heaters, air conditioners and refrigerators. In one case, the administration reversed course and published efficiency standards for ceiling fans. Other standards are still being contested in court.
    65. Delayed compliance dates for federal building efficiency standards
    Republicans in Congress opposed the rules, which set efficiency standards for the design and construction of new federal buildings. The Trump administration delayed compliance until Sept. 30, but it is unclear whether the rules are now in effect.
    66. Withdrew a rule that would help consumers buy more fuel-efficient tires
    The rule required tire manufacturers and retailers to provide consumers with information about replacement car tires. The tire industry opposed several aspects of the rule, but had been working with the government to refine it. The Trump administration withdrew the proposed rule in January but has not said whether it may be reinstated.
    67. Halted rulemaking on limiting greenhouse gas emissions from aircraft
    Aircraft account for 3 percent of the United States' total greenhouse gas emissions, but in 2017, the E.P.A. changed the status of a proposed rule limiting aircraft emissions to “inactive” on the agency's website.
    Some other rules were
    reinstated after legal challenges
    Environmental groups have sued the Trump administration over many of the proposed rollbacks, and, in some cases, have succeeded in reinstating environmental rules.

    1. Suspended effort to lift restrictions on mining in Bristol Bay, Alaska
    A Canadian company sued the E.P.A. over an Obama-era plan to restrict mining in Bristol Bay, an important salmon fishery. The Trump administration settled the suit and allowed the company to apply for permits to build a large gold and copper mine in the area. Alaska Republicans, including Senator Murkowski, supported the mine. Commercial fishermen and Governor Bill Walker of Alaska, an independent, opposed it. In January, the E.P.A. announced that it was reversing course and suspending its effort to withdraw the Obama-era restrictions on mining in the area. Instead, the agency will keep those restrictions in place while it learns more about the risk the mine, if built, would pose to the region’s fisheries and resources.
    2. Delayed by one year a compliance deadline for new ozone pollution standards, but later reversed course
    Mr. Pruitt initially delayed the compliance deadline for a 2015 national ozone standard, but reversed course after 15 states and the District of Columbia sued. In November, the E.P.A. certified those areas as being in compliance with the rule but refused to say which areas violated it. In December — after public health and environmental groups, 14 states and the District of Columbia sued the E.P.A. — a court ordered the agency to file a report on the remaining areas. In January, the E.P.A. further delayed its announcement untill April.
    3. Reinstated rule limiting the discharge of mercury by dental offices into municipal sewers
    The E.P.A. reinstated an Obama-era rule that regulated the disposal of dental amalgam, a filling material that contains mercury and other toxic metals. The agency initially put the rule on hold as part of a broad regulatory freeze, but environmental groups sued. The American Dental Association came out in support of the rule.
    Note: This list does not include new rules proposed by the Trump administration that do not roll back previous policies, nor does it include court actions that have affected environmental policies independent of executive or legislative action.

    Sources: Harvard Law School’s Environmental Regulation Rollback Tracker; Columbia Law School’s Climate Deregulation Tracker; Brookings Institution; Federal Register; Environmental Protection Agency; U.S. Chamber of Commerce; White House.

    Additional reporting by Tatiana Schlossberg.
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    The interview that Greg Hunter did with did with Dr. Dave Janda shows quite a few positive things that have been going on that are encouraging!

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    The core content of this thread isn't about Bill Gates, just to be clear, it's about 'Examples of Trump Administration Dismantling Deep State’s Agenda 21 Blueprint', but thanks for sharing.
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    The Trump is NOT the Answer thread is not about non-profits and whether or not they are NWO, either, and you have never offered any proof that organizations such as the Sierra Club have abandoned environmental protection in favor of NWO agendas.
    I provided a lengthy list of environmental protections that have been cut or are in threat of being cut by the Trump Administration here:
    http://projectavalon.net/forum4/show...=1#post1216758
    ...but you have yet to reply to that.
    The following information is related to that thread and I am posting it here in answer to your question there about devices which could be providing better sustainable, clean energy if they were not being held in secrecy:
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    Five thousand inventions in limbo and under “secrecy orders” at the US Patent Office

    by Jon Rappoport

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    How many of these patents, if granted, would be game changers for planet Earth? Who knows?

    Buckle up. Here we go.

    From FAS (Federation of American Scientists), Secrecy News, Oct. 21, 2010, “Invention Secrecy Still Going Strong,” by Steven Aftergood: https://fas.org/blogs/secrecy/2010/1..._secrecy_2010/

    “There were 5,135 inventions that were under secrecy orders at the end of Fiscal Year 2010, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office told Secrecy News last week. It’s a 1% rise over the year before, and the highest total in more than a decade.”

    “Under the Invention Secrecy Act of 1951, patent applications on new inventions can be subject to secrecy orders restricting their publication if government agencies believe that disclosure would be ‘detrimental to the national security’.”

    “The current list of technology areas that is used to screen patent applications for possible restriction under the Invention Secrecy Act is not publicly available and has been denied under the Freedom of Information Act. (An appeal is pending.)…”

    “Most of the listed technology areas are closely related to military applications. But some of them range more widely.”

    “Thus, the 1971 list indicates that patents for solar photovoltaic generators were subject to review and possible restriction IF THE PHOTOVOLTAICS WERE MORE THAN 20% EFFICIENT. Energy conversion systems were likewise subject to review and possible restriction IF THEY OFFERED CONVERSION EFFICIENCIES ‘IN EXCESS OF 70-80%’.” (Emphasis is mine.)

    “One may fairly ask if disclosure of such technologies could really have been ‘detrimental to the national security,’ or whether the opposite would be closer to the truth. One may further ask what comparable advances in technology may be subject to restriction and non-disclosure today. But no answers are forthcoming, and the invention secrecy system persists with no discernible external review.”

    If you’re one of those people who maintains that advanced technology is being held away from the public, here is an overall smoking gun that validates your stance.

    And you can see that breakthrough energy tech, which would radically lessen the need for oil, would be on the secrecy-do-not-release list.

    What else is on the list? Old Tesla patents, for example?

    The US Patent Office is an official chokepoint for the “planned society”—or should we say the “restricted society.”

    But this is not to say advanced technology is always shelved or scuttled. The patent applications, in suspended animation at the US Patent Office, can be quietly disclosed, for example, to government researchers engaged in black-budget projects, where the data and the research are turned to “other uses.”

    Innovative inventors, who can revolutionize society for the good, incur risks if they submit their patent applications to the State. Getting trapped in limbo, while outright theft of their research occurs, is one of those risks.

    On the other hand, if a giant corporation has an invention that deploys the genetic engineering of food crops, and adds millions of tons of toxic pesticides to the environment, its patent application sails through review at the Patent Office.
    Now I am putting you back on my Ignore list, We-R-One, for reasons already stated here:
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    I just don't have time for anymore of this.
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    Hey Onawah, for the 100th time, this thread is about Examples of Trump Administration Dismantling Deep State’s Agenda 21 Blueprint! and you repeatedly insist on posting comments that having nothing to do with this thread. Both of your posts have been flagged. What I posted to you was on topic in AutumnW's thread 'Trump is Not the Answer', and I clearly explained why in my last post to you.

    YOU BROUGHT UP THE ORGANIZATIONS SIERRA CLUB AND CENTER FOR BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY IN SEVERAL OF YOUR POSTS. YOU ARE THE ONE CLAIMING TRUMP IS NWO AND YET YOU ARE PROMOTING ORGANIZATIONS THAT ARE PRO-NWO!

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    The core content of this thread isn't about Bill Gates, just to be clear, it's about 'Examples of Trump Administration Dismantling Deep State’s Agenda 21 Blueprint', but thanks for sharing.
    Hi we-R-one

    Thanks for taking the time to respond. I love to share!

    I would never pretend to try to deal with all of the "information" that you provide in this thread and on this forum but, as I have pointed out previously, I prefer to take a more focused approach, looking at one or two things at a time. And while I realize that sometimes with the huge volume of info that you so generously provide, it can be difficult to keep track of what might be considered "core" content versus what might be merely collateral examples, I would beg to differ with you as to whether this anecdote is important. It is. In this case, it was the dissemination of slander, character assassination and fear mongering that you decided to include as part of your campaign, that caught my attention. To wit:

    "Does the above action sound like someone supporting Deep State? Isn’t one of the agendas of ‘Deep State’ to depopulate via unnecessary adjuvants and toxins found in vaccines?

    Many people are aware of this scheme and there are plenty of articles highlighting the issue. I know most of you are familiar with Mike Adams The Health Ranger, so it's why I'm using his article to enforce the point combined with the best source, the horses mouth, by showing the infamous Bill Gates comment comment made at a TEDX conference. I wonder if the audience truly 'got' what he was suggesting or were they mesmerized by his presence to the point of ignoring his statements?

    ".....Following that, Bill Gates begins to describe how the first number -- P (for People) -- might be reduced. He says:

    "The world today has 6.8 billion people... that's headed up to about 9 billion. Now if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we could lower that by perhaps 10 or 15 percent."

    "Reducing the world population through vaccines
    This statement by Bill Gates was not made with any hesitation, stuttering or other indication that it might have been a mistake. It appears to have been a deliberate, calculated part of a well developed and coherent presentation.

    So what does it mean when Bill Gates says "if we do a really great job on new vaccines... we could lower [world population] by 10 or 15 percent?"

    Clearly, this statement implies that vaccines are a method of population reduction. So is "health care," which all NaturalNews readers already know to be more of a "sick care" system that actually harms more people than it helps."

    Source:https://www.naturalnews.com/029911_v...ill_Gates.html"


    I know that this was a while ago, thread-content-wise, but perhaps you'll forgive me for having taken so long to take issue with it. Your source, by the way, despite your best efforts at judicious research, is an entirely bogus and particularly repugnant purveyor of Fake News. But I'm not here to take issue with your sloppy choices of truth mining. I might have left it alone, except for Bill's wanting to amplify it, as when he says earlier on this thread:

    "Listen to the video, at 4:33. This is precisely what he says, and nothing's omitted.


    Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JaF-fq2Zn7I"


    So, I was just trying to deal with your one claim, and to expose its fallacy. I know it's not a "core" part of your message, but it's an important one, especially with respect to Agenda 21/30 which I couldn't help but notice was an overarching theme. One wee debunking at time. A guy has to start somewhere!

    Incidentally, I think it's safe to say that Mr. Trump agrees with me when I say that Bill Gates is not pushing a "Kill the Babies!" Agenda 21/30 line of attack, as he has never (to my knowledge) even mentioned Bill's African vaccine program. Not a single tweet, as far as I know. Of course he has a lot on his plate these days, what with making the world free of environmental regulations that hamper the efforts of his Corporate buddies in their pillaging and despoiling of Planet Earth.

    I salute your expressed aim of saving the planet, by the way. Some day we may agree as to how it can be done.

    Namaste,

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    Default Re: Examples of Trump Administration Dismantling Deep State’s Agenda 21 Blueprint!

    Again, very good points, Brian. I'm sure Gates is far too clever to ever implicate himself so obviously ( even as a gigantic "Freudian slip") , and it should be a matter of concern that so many people have taken his remarks as proof of his guilt, because it makes the anti-vax movement look pretty silly.
    Most of us really need to screw our thinking caps on a lot better to figure out all the twists and turns in things like the population control agenda.
    Though I have to agree with Ewan that it's been all too easy for the one percent to create division among those of us who are awake and aware enough at least to understand that some very nefarious agendas are being played out right under our noses.
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    Your source, by the way, despite your best efforts at judicious research, is an entirely bogus and particularly repugnant purveyor of Fake News. But I'm not here to take issue with your sloppy choices of truth mining.

    Namaste,

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    Hi Brian, if you're going to make a point to throw insults, than I won't take the time to respond to your posts. I don't consider Mike Adams to be a poor source if that's who you're referring to.
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    TRUMP PULLS OUT OF PARIS CLIMATE ACCORD aka PARIS CLIMATE AGREEMENT aka PARIS AGREEMENT

    WHAT IS IT?
    The Paris Agreement (French: Accord de Paris), Paris climate accord or Paris climate agreement is an agreement within the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) dealing with greenhouse gas emissions mitigation, adaptation and finance starting in the year 2020. The language of the agreement was negotiated by representatives of 196 parties at the 21st Conference of the Parties of the UNFCCC in Paris and adopted by consensus on 12 December 2015.[3][4] As of February 2018, 195 UNFCCC members have signed the agreement, and 175 have become party to it.[1] The Agreement aims to respond to the global climate change threat by keeping a global temperature rise this century well below 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels and to pursue efforts to limit the temperature increase even further to 1.5 degrees Celsius.[5]

    In the Paris Agreement, each country determines, plans and regularly reports its own contribution it should make in order to mitigate global warming.[6] There is no mechanism to force[7] a country to set a specific target by a specific date,[8] but each target should go beyond previously set targets.

    In June 2017, U.S. President Donald Trump announced his intention to withdraw the United States from the agreement, causing widespread condemnation both internationally and domestically. Under the agreement, the earliest effective date of withdrawal for the U.S. is November 2020, shortly before the end of President Trump's first term.

    Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paris_Agreement


    President Trump Announces U.S. Withdrawal From the Paris Climate Accord
    June 1, 2017


    Today, President Donald J. Trump announced that the United States will withdraw from the Paris Climate Accord, and begin negotiations to either re-enter or negotiate an entirely new agreement with more favorable terms for the United States.
    The decision is a fulfillment of the promise President Trump made to the American people during his campaign. During the address in the Rose Garden at the White House, the President vowed that the U.S. would maintain its position as a world leader in clean energy, while protecting the economy and strengthening the work force.

    The Paris Climate Accord cost the U.S. economy nearly $3 trillion in reduced output, over 6 million industrial jobs, and over 3 million manufacturing jobs.
    Today’s announcement is yet another example of the President’s commitment to put America and its workers first.

    Continuing….

    The Paris Accord-

    *Undermines U.S. Competitiveness and Jobs

    *Created a taxpayer funded U.N. climate slush fund

    *Was negotiated badly by the Obama Administration

    The Obama-negotiated Accord imposes unrealistic targets on the U.S. for reducing our carbon emissions, while giving countries like China a free pass for years to come. Under the Accord, China will actually increase emissions until 2030.

    *By the year 2100, the impact on the climate would be negligible
    According to researchers at MIT, if all member nations met their obligations, the impact on the climate would be negligible. The impacts have been estimated to be likely to reduce global temperature rise by 0.2 degrees Celsius in 2100.

    Please read source for the rest of information.

    Source: https://www.whitehouse.gov/articles/...limate-accord/


    Why is this important? Because the PARIS CLIMATE ACCORD is a major component of the NWO infrastructure of THE UNITED NATIONS AGENDA 21 master plan, which is why it’s proof the Trump Administration is dismantling Deep State’s AGENDA 21 blueprint by withdrawing THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA from participation. Let’s watch and see if the agreement is renegotiated or completely abandoned.


    From Rosa Koire!

    TRUMP DUMPS AGENDA 21 REGIONALIZATION MASK / PARIS CLIMATE TRAP
    6/1/2017


    As I watched President Trump's speech today, I cheered. I think he gets it. After Angela Merkel's comment that the Paris Climate Accord is a "key agreement that shapes globalization" it is clear to all who listen that United Nations treaties and agreements are about systems inventory and control. The Paris Climate Accord is not about whether the planet heats up another 1/10 of 1 percent in 50 years. This agreement is about crippling the ability of the United States to recover from years of a collapsed economy and loss of individual certainty. This agreement is about eroding national boundaries and national sovereignty all over the world, and about strengthening the power of the United Nations and non-governmental organizations.

    Although the Paris Climate Accord was never brought to the Senate for ratification it is important that it be rejected by President Trump. Agenda 21 was also not a treaty and was not brought before the Congress, except obliquely, but it was 'de facto' made binding by President Clinton who implemented it administratively and by federal pressure on the States. President Obama and Hillary Clinton had every intention of implementing the Paris Climate Accord through the usual channels: federal pressure, grants, regulations, restrictions, HUD/EPA/DOT grants and lawsuits, and bogus non-profits working the grassroots.

    During President Trump's speech today he mentioned American sovereignty several times and referred to the Accord as a redistribution of wealth that favored other nations and debilitated American business. That it clearly does do so is apparent in the treatment of China and India as "developing countries" who are exempt from regulations and controls for years---years in which they will continue to grossly pollute while producing cheap goods for export to the United States.

    I searched President Obama's speeches for mention of American sovereignty. I didn't find it. What I did find was his address to the United Nations General Assembly in the fall of 2016 stating that we in America 'must bind ourselves to international rules' and not fall prey to 'nationalism.' The term 'nationalism' is now equated with Hitler or isolationism. What we are protecting is not just a sense that our country has self-interests both social and economic, but our Constitution, our rule of law, our sovereignty.

    By refusing to abide by the Paris Climate Accord President Trump is sending a message to those of us who have fought consistently against UN Agenda 21's message of globalization/One World Government. It takes time and effort to destroy the economy of one of the world's wealthiest nations. We are hugely in debt and struggle with homelessness, youth who feel hopeless about their future, polarization of the races exacerbated by compressed Smart Growth mega-cities, more and more drug use...we need help.

    The presidency is not a popularity contest. Whether we like his personality or not is irrelevant. What is important is the health and welfare of our nation, and our freedom.

    THE PARIS CLIMATE ACCORD IS UN AGENDA 21.

    Source: https://www.democratsagainstunagenda...s-climate-trap


    I’m excited to see Rosa is watching, I knew she would be! Her article popped up while I was doing a search on the topic. I need to start paying more attention her recent documentations, but it’s hard finding the time.

    Again, all these actions I’m posting show the dismantling of Agenda 21’s blueprint and we’re just over a year into the Trump’s presidency!
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    BONUS to post #55

    Most of you are aware the premise behind the PARIS CLIMATE ACCORD is to address the phony delusional implications of global warming. I’ll share something with you that I shared on Project Avalon on a climate change thread. Several years back, one of my clients just so happened to be the head of the NOAA (National Oceanic And Atmospheric Administration). This is a presidential appointee position for THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. I was just ‘waking up’ around the time of meeting him and his family. I asked him about ‘global warming’ and he politely said in so many words it was a farce. He was being careful as he was still working as a consultant in the field at the time…. knowing this, I didn’t press him, and it wasn’t too hard to read between the lines. Of all the people, this guy would know. I will not publicly hand out his name, however if anyone is in doubt I can provide evidence he was a client to a moderator.

    What is NOAA?
    The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA; pronounced /ˈnoʊ.ə/, like "Noah") is an American scientific agency within the United States Department of Commerce that focuses on the conditions of the oceans and the atmosphere. NOAA warns of dangerous weather, charts seas, guides the use and protection of ocean and coastal resources and conducts research to provide understanding and improve stewardship of the environment.

    Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nation...Administration


    Also, I found the explanation given by Gregg Braden most helpful. One can’t ignore the ice cores taken from Vostak Lake, Antarctica as they reveal over 420,000 years of weather! What’s reported are cycles! For me, case closed as who can argue the patterns revealed by ice cores over 420,000 years old? Oh and by the way, scientists have known this since 1987! 1987!!! Climate change is real, but not for the reasons we've been told.

    Missing Links episode I- Gregg Braden

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    Just imagine Bush, Sr., pushing globalism (agenda 21) in which it is against the law to collect even the rain water that runs off your roof, while he and his family have gone to South America and purchase a vast area of land over the largest reservoir of water underground! Somewhere in the numerous writings on the web is mentioned that it is thought the waters are being deliberately poisoned so that Corporations pushing bottled water can hold us captive. I never will buy bottled water because it tastes like PLASTIC POISON. They get you dead one way or another.

    All CORPORATIONS should be outlawed. This includes Municipal Corporations and so called governing bodies as Corporations. These remove the Constitutional Rights of People Automatically! I believe the POPE agrees with me and has placed it in his rule book, whatever he calls it. It has apparently been ignored.

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    Default Re: Examples of Trump Administration Dismantling Deep State’s Agenda 21 Blueprint!

    There is a lot of information here. I had completely forgotten about Agenda 21 in the storm of all the other policy changes that are occurring.

    Thanks for posting this we-R-one and it's good to talk to you again!

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    Quote Posted by Fellow Aspirant (here)
    Your source, by the way, despite your best efforts at judicious research, is an entirely bogus and particularly repugnant purveyor of Fake News. But I'm not here to take issue with your sloppy choices of truth mining.

    Namaste,

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    Hi Brian, if you're going to make a point to throw insults, than I won't take the time to respond to your posts. I don't consider Mike Adams to be a poor source if that's who you're referring to.
    Actually, I am nonplussed as to how you find anything in my statement to be insulting. "Repugnant" and "sloppy" are not meant to be insulting. If you take offense to such diction, I'll try, in future, to spare your feelings and use words like "sad" or "disgraceful".

    I'm just telling it as I see it. Mike Adams repugnant? Merely the truth.

    So, if you consider him to be a reliable source, and clearly you do, then your research is sloppy.

    And no, I don't expect you respond to all or any of my posts. I had hoped to see, perhaps, some second guessing on your part w.r.t. Mr. Adams. Silly me.

    Still, if at some point you wake up to the environmental pillaging and despoiling that has been unleashed by Scott Pruitt with the encouragement of Mr. Trump, I'd see that as a positive. Until such time, namaste.

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    I'm just telling it as I see it. Mike Adams repugnant? Merely the truth.

    So, if you consider him to be a reliable source, and clearly you do, then your research is sloppy.
    There is a lot of info on this thread that I haven't been able to go through yet, but what specifically makes you find Mike Adams repugnant? Is this just a feelings thing or was it something in particular he's promoted, or what?

    Also, maybe you are natively francophone. I know the root of "pugnacious" carries different connotations in the Romance languages, but in English it is indeed a fairly strong word: "repugnant adj. Arousing disgust or aversion; offensive or repulsive." Not exactly a professional criticism.

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    Hi Voice

    I wonder if you could help me understand what you are driving at by explaining what you mean by "professional".

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