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Jason Plautz

Energy and Environment Correspondent

jplautz@nationaljournal.com

Jason Plautz is an energy and environment correspondent for National Journal. He previously covered transportation and EPA for Greenwire and his writing has appeared in Mental_floss, TheAtlantic.com, Pacific Standard, InsideClimate News and Sports Illustrated for Kids. A native of Shaker Heights, Ohio, he graduated from Northwestern University with a degree in journalism and political science.

Latest From Jason Plautz

Clinton Gets a Warning on Keystone—Energy Edge Brought to you by United Technologies Corporation

Energy Edge, Nov. 20, 2014. 

First Up for House Republicans: Obama’s Climate Rules

Rep. Renee Ellmers says regulations are necessary, but EPA has been "overbearing."

Why One Democrat Is So Over Obama’s Climate Regulations

Climate hawk Sheldon Whitehouse thinks a carbon fee is the best bet.

Keystone Vote Outburst, Explained—Energy Edge Brought to you by United Technologies Corporation

Energy Edge, Nov. 19, 2014.

Here's What's Next for the Keystone Pipeline

Republicans plan to approve the long-stalled oil-sands project next year—and will do whatever they can to get the White House on board.

Environmental Groups Gave Nearly a Million Dollars to Pro-Keystone Democrats

Greens hate the pipeline, but it's not a deal-breaker for campaign funding.

Democrats Block Keystone Bill, Landrieu's Plea Rejected

The Senate rejected a bill 59-41 on Tuesday that would have green-lighted the controversial oil-sands pipeline.

Show More from Jason Plautz

Clinton Gets a Warning on Keystone—Energy Edge Brought to you by United Technologies Corporation

Energy Edge, Nov. 20, 2014. 

First Up for House Republicans: Obama’s Climate Rules

Rep. Renee Ellmers says regulations are necessary, but EPA has been "overbearing."

Why One Democrat Is So Over Obama’s Climate Regulations

Climate hawk Sheldon Whitehouse thinks a carbon fee is the best bet.

Keystone Vote Outburst, Explained—Energy Edge Brought to you by United Technologies Corporation

Energy Edge, Nov. 19, 2014.

Here's What's Next for the Keystone Pipeline

Republicans plan to approve the long-stalled oil-sands project next year—and will do whatever they can to get the White House on board.

Environmental Groups Gave Nearly a Million Dollars to Pro-Keystone Democrats

Greens hate the pipeline, but it's not a deal-breaker for campaign funding.

Democrats Block Keystone Bill, Landrieu's Plea Rejected

The Senate rejected a bill 59-41 on Tuesday that would have green-lighted the controversial oil-sands pipeline.

Show More from Jason Plautz