With two years left in Trump’s presidency, there is still a possibility for positive climate change reform under his administration. In late March, Congress passed a $1.3 billion spending bill which buried language preventing budget cuts to the @epagov and would increase the budget for clean energy programs at the Department of Energy. When the bill passed, programs including renewables, biofuels, and nuclear energy saw up to a 19 percent increase in budgets. The passing of this bill demonstrates that some government officials are still fighting for positive climate change reform. To learn more about President Trump’s climate policies, check out “What We’re Reading” by clicking the link in our bio 📲 - Years Of Living Dangerously

With two years left in Trump’s presidency, there is still a possibility for positive climate change reform under his administration. In late March, Congress passed a $1.3 billion spending bill which buried language preventing budget cuts to the @epagov and would increase the budget for clean energy programs at the Department of Energy. When the bill passed, programs including renewables, biofuels, and nuclear energy saw up to a 19 percent increase in budgets. The passing of this bill demonstrates that some government officials are still fighting for positive climate change reform. To learn more about President Trump’s climate policies, check out “What We’re Reading” by clicking the link in our bio 📲