President Donald Trump delivers remarks on proposed changes to the National Environmental Policy Act, at the White House on January 9 in Washington. Latest changes to Environmental Protection Agency rules could limit its ability to cap emissions from power plants and methane leaks at oil wells, and while the incoming Biden administration could seek to revise the new cost-benefit rule, that would take time. Photo: AP
President Donald Trump delivers remarks on proposed changes to the National Environmental Policy Act, at the White House on January 9 in Washington. Latest changes to Environmental Protection Agency rules could limit its ability to cap emissions from power plants and methane leaks at oil wells, and while the incoming Biden administration could seek to revise the new cost-benefit rule, that would take time. Photo: AP

Letters | Trump’s parting shot: fossil fuel lobby keeps winning as Covid takes focus away from climate change

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President Donald Trump delivers remarks on proposed changes to the National Environmental Policy Act, at the White House on January 9 in Washington. Latest changes to Environmental Protection Agency rules could limit its ability to cap emissions from power plants and methane leaks at oil wells, and while the incoming Biden administration could seek to revise the new cost-benefit rule, that would take time. Photo: AP
President Donald Trump delivers remarks on proposed changes to the National Environmental Policy Act, at the White House on January 9 in Washington. Latest changes to Environmental Protection Agency rules could limit its ability to cap emissions from power plants and methane leaks at oil wells, and while the incoming Biden administration could seek to revise the new cost-benefit rule, that would take time. Photo: AP
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