What is (de)regulation nation?
(de)regulation nation is the newsletter that catches you up on the latest bad, better, good, and great environmental news in the Trump era.
Who’s behind (de)regulation nation?
I’m Emily J Gertz, a journalist and editor with over 15 years environmental reporting experience. I’ve covered politics, law, business, science, technology, health, human rights, and more, for HuffPost, Popular Science, Reveal, Men’s Journal, Rolling Stone, The Guardian, Scientific American, Grist, and other publications.
I launched (de)regulation nation as the beginning of a new journalism venture in March 2018, during my Tow-Knight Entrepreneurial Journalism Fellowship at the Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY, the City University of New York.
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Right now, (de)regulation nation is a free news service.
But creating each issue takes six to eight hours of research, reading, writing, editing, and production.
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If you think no one’s paying attention Trump administration’s rollbacks of environmental rules, that’s not surprising. Since 2017, most TV news has been dominated by a narrow selection of stories that are heavy on Washington, D.C.’s political personalities, scandals, and intrigues.
But reporters nationwide are investigating and exposing the administration’s efforts to gut clean air, clean water, wildlife, climate, and wilderness protections—along with telling stories about the many cities, counties, and states that continue to take action and make progress.
(de)regulation nation amplifies this reporting and delivers it to your inbox. Subscribe today!