President Trump’s renewed push to promote fossil fuels and nuclear energy is vexing energy ministers this week, as they gathered in Rome for a G7 summit. The brouhaha, which Politico chronicled, was over a joint statement on energy policy that was supposed to go out, but was eventually scuttled. European leaders at the conference refused to include language in favor of fossil fuels, which the Americans wanted, without the U.S. signaling it would stay in the Paris agreement, etched out in 2015 to take on climate change.
Daily Mail 13th April 2017 read more »
Documents show the Trump administration pushed other G-7 countries to embrace larger roles for nuclear power and fossil fuels. They refused.
Politico 11th April 2017 read more »