The Trump administration, with help from many members of Congress, has often targeted many regulations which had been put in place to address climate change. On May 3, 2019, National Geographic Magazine published an updated timeline (dating back to March, 2017) of the Trump Administration’s environmental actions and policy changes, as well as reactions to them. The New York Times is also keeping track of the 98 environmental rules being rolled back. And, Columbia’s Sabin Center for Climate Change Law has posted a Deregulation Tracker as well as a Climate Regulation database.
Documentary filmmakers John Ankele and Anne Macksoud made a powerful 30 minute documentary, ROLLBACKS: An Assault Against Life on Earth, which introduces the depth of the climate change crisis, takes a look at each of the early critical Trump deregulations and closes with Greta Thunberg and a call to action.
A more recent analysis (4/2020) looks at dozens of climate rules being rolled back during the COVID-19 Pandemic.