Coral Davenport

New York Times reporter covering energy and environmental policy, and climate change

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Coral Davenport is an energy and environment policy reporter for the New York Times. She is a former environmental correspondent for National Journal.

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Tackling climate is a massive priority for President-elect Joe Biden, so there’s a lot of attention on who he’ll pick to lead the Environmental Protection Agency.

Why California’s lead environmental official, Mary Nichols, will likely not run the EPA

Tackling climate is a massive priority for President-elect Joe Biden, so there’s a lot of attention on who he’ll pick to lead the Environmental Protection Agency.

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The Constitution says yes, but common sense says no — says the lawyer representing the 3D-printed gun blueprint maker

Should you be able to 3D-print your own gun?

The Constitution says yes, but common sense says no — says the lawyer representing the 3D-printed gun blueprint maker

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Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke (black hat) visits national monuments in Utah 
 Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke wears cowboy boots and Stetson hats to his office in Washington. He likes…

As Secretary of Interior hikes, his staff rolls back regulations

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke (black hat) visits national monuments in Utah Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke wears cowboy boots and Stetson hats to his office in Washington. He likes…

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