Climate Deregulation Tracker – Improvements and Subscription Links


Posted on February 13th, 2017 by Jessica Wentz

Last month, we announced the launch of our Climate Deregulation Tracker to monitor efforts undertaken by the Trump administration and Congress to scale back or wholly eliminate federal climate mitigation and adaptation measures.

We are pleased to announce that the tracker website has been overhauled since the initial launch to make it easier for users to monitor recent developments and understand how those developments fit within the overall regulatory landscape. Users can also now subscribe to receive tracker updates in their inboxes:

Subscribe for weekly updates

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The latest weekly report is available here. We are also posting updates to facebook and twitter (#ClimateDeregulation).

For additional information about the tracker, please visit the website.

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