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  • Hiroko Tabuchi @HirokoTabuchi
  • Reporter @NYTClimate. Kobe native, Brooklyn transplant. Pulitzer, etc. I also tweet a lot about Japan. hiroko.tabuchi @nytimes.com Instagram: @hirokotabuchi

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  • Twitter歴: 4343日 (2007/08/27より)    一日の平均ツイート数 5.9つぶやき
Hiroko Tabuchiのカレンダー形式ツイート履歴
  • 06/21(金)
  • 20 tweets
  • 12時
  • 2 tweets
  1. CBSSports

    6月21日

    Rui Hachimura is the first Japanese-born player ever taken in the first round of the NBA Draft. He’s had to overcome great distances and a language barrier along the way. pic.twitter.com/sR2HeNHn62
         

     
  2. ESPNNBA

    6月21日

    Rui Hachimura is the first Japanese-born player to be drafted in the first round of the #NBADraft! This one's for you, Japan 🇯🇵 pic.twitter.com/Tu6K2Syujf
         

     
  • 11時
  • 1 tweets
  1. nytclimate

    6月21日

    Democrats in the Oregon legislature tried pass a climate change bill. Republican senators made themselves scarce, delaying the bill. The governor called the state police to round them up. A lawmaker responded, “Send bachelors and come heavily armed." nyti.ms/2XYcV8q
         

  • 07時
  • 2 tweets
  1. HirokoTabuchi

    6月21日

    “The Senate Republicans have decided to abandon their duty to serve their constituents and walk out. The Senate Democrats have requested the assistance of the Oregon State Police to bring back their colleagues.. I am authorizing the State Police to fulfill the Democrats’ request"
         

  2. HirokoTabuchi

    6月21日

    What's happening in Oregon in insane > Oregon governor authorizes state police to bring GOP lawmakers back to capital for climate vote thehill.com/homenews/state…
         

  • 05時
  • 1 tweets
  1. PopovichN

    6月21日

    America’s air is much cleaner than it used to be, but it’s still not “the cleanest.” And recent data suggests that air pollution is ticking back up. My latest: nytimes.com/interactive/20…
         

  • 03時
  • 1 tweets
  1. HirokoTabuchi

    6月21日

    To be sure, automakers are still asking for a weakening of fuel economy standards. Obama-era rules through 2026 are "unattainable," @Auto_Alliance's Schwietert just said. In their letter to Trump, automakers ask for a "midway" solution.
         

  • 02時
  • 2 tweets
  1. HirokoTabuchi

    6月21日

    David Schwietert of the @Auto_Alliance, which represents big automakers, repeats its support for "year-over-year increases in fuel economy" -- not a freezing of those standards, as the Trump administration has proposed.
         

  2. HirokoTabuchi

    6月21日

    California's clean air regulator @MaryNicholsCAsays the Trump administration has been unwilling to find common ground on clean car standards. "Their claim that California offered no counter-proposal is false. They unilaterally decided to cut off conversations."
         

  • 01時
  • 7 tweets
  1. HirokoTabuchi

    6月21日

    .@RepJeffDuncansays govt shdn't dictate what automakers build. “We don’t want the vehicles they’re selling in Europe..small, tiny vehicles. That’s not appealing to the American consumer.” He is right on that last point and it's devastating for the climate nytimes.com/2018/03/03/cli…
         

  2. HirokoTabuchi

    6月21日

    Soto takes a swipe at @RepMcKinley: “We saw that long list of fossil fuel regulations rolled out.. There’s going to be a longer list of disaster victims, of climate change victims, than that fossil fuel regulation list ever was." pic.twitter.com/JIPRavmxjC
         

     
  3. HirokoTabuchi

    6月21日

    .@RepDarrenSotosounds exasperated at the clean cars hearing. "Why are we even here? Why are we rolling back standards when even industry leaders aren’t asking for it?" He adds "I empathize. You all have to do what President Trump tells you to do. I get the position you are in."
         

  4. davidshepardson

    6月21日

    EPA/NHTSA both not giving any ground on returning to negotiating table with California to reach a deal. "I don't know whether that would achieve the goal," Heidi King tells Dingell
         

  5. HirokoTabuchi

    6月21日

    California, which has legal authority to write its own clean air rules, has vowed to stick to stricter Obama-era standards, raising the specter of an auto market split in two. "I'm not interested in a pissing contest" btwn Trump admin and California, @RepDebDingell says.
         

  6. HirokoTabuchi

    6月21日

    "I’m regulating greenhouse gases every day." "So you’re not going to answer that question directly." House @EnergyCommercehearing on fuel economy and clean car standards
         

  7. HirokoTabuchi

    6月21日

    .@RepMcNerneyexchange w/ EPA clean air chief Wehrum. "Do you believe human-caused climate change is happening?" "The Obama administration.." "I’m not asking about the Obama administration. Do you believe climate change is a danger to this country?"
         

  • 00時
  • 4 tweets
  1. HirokoTabuchi

    6月21日

    .@RepMcKinleyjust unfurled a list of what he said were all the regulations the Obama administration passed against the fossil fuel industry. "Let it all roll out," he said. "We need to regain control." pic.twitter.com/HDWn9VKuLV
         

     
  2. HirokoTabuchi

    6月21日

    .@USRepKCastorsays that by rolling back clean car standards, Trump administration will ensure that the US auto industry will fall behind the rest of the world. “You seem to say America can retreat. America last -- last in fuel efficiency, last in air quality.”
         

  3. HirokoTabuchi

    6月21日

    EPA's clean air chief Bill Wehrum is also testifying on clean car standards. @RepDianaDeGettepoints out that he previously lobbied for oil industry groups, and asks whether he met with his former clients on the admin's rollback. Wehrum says he does not remember doing so.
         

  4. HirokoTabuchi

    6月21日

    DOT's Heidi King is testifying. She says overly-ambitious fuel efficiency standards will dramatically increase car prices and discourage people from replacing their older cars with cleaner, safer cars. (There is little evidence for this dramatic price increase.)
         

  • 06/20(木)
  • 13 tweets
  • 23時
  • 5 tweets
  1. HirokoTabuchi

    6月20日

    Here is our story on the oil industry’s covert campaign to rewrite fuel economy and clean car rules nytimes.com/2018/12/13/cli…
         

  2. HirokoTabuchi

    6月20日

    So who wants less fuel-efficient cars? Some in the oil industry that benefit from continued gasoline sales, as we wrote last year. @EnergyCommerceis now investigating oil industry lobbying on the issue. "This rollback picks one winner: the oil industry," Rep @FrankPallonesaid.
         

  3. HirokoTabuchi

    6月20日

    Note that even the automakers say the Trump administration's rollback of clean car standards goes too far: nytimes.com/2019/06/06/cli…
         

  4. HirokoTabuchi

    6月20日

    .@RepShimkusof Illinois voiced his support for the rollback of clean car standards. "In rural America, we like big things. We like big trucks. We like big engines," he said. "We like to haul horses and hay and all the things we have to haul in rural America."
         

  5. HirokoTabuchi

    6月20日

    Happening now: House @EnergyCommercesubcommittee hearing on fuel economy and clean car standards. Rep @DorisMatsuiblasts Trump admin's proposed rollback, saying it will "hurt consumers, degrade our air quality, and contribute to climate change." twitter.com/EnergyCommerce…
         

  • 22時
  • 2 tweets
  1. leahstokes

    6月20日

    Today the @nytimesdropped some videos with the Presidential primary candidates talking about their climate plans. Naturally, I spent my morning watching them. Where are the candidates at on this top issue? All over the place! THREAD. nytimes.com/interactive/20…
         

  2. cflav

    6月20日

    “We cannot protect all of those places.” | As climate change gets worse, a new debate is starting: How to choose which cities to save. nytimes.com/2019/06/19/cli…
         

  • 21時
  • 1 tweets
  1. HirokoTabuchi

    6月20日

    House Democrats investigate oil companies' involvement in fuel standards rollback thehill.com/policy/energy-…
         

  • 13時
  • 1 tweets
  1. JonathanCCook

    6月20日

    In winter, the Sommarøy night never ends. In summer, the village's day is perpetual. AM and PM don't seem relevant there. So, the residents of Sommarøy are proposing to abolish clock time altogether. #time #kairos #OffTheClock twitter.com/SmithsonianMag…
         

  • 06時
  • 1 tweets
  1. HirokoTabuchi

  • 05時
  • 3 tweets
  1. EnergyCommerce

    6月20日

    "The oil industry thus stands to profit significantly from the proposed rollback,” wrote the Chairs. Meanwhile, Americans bear the health and economic costs. E&C is conducting oversight of the rollback and the reported secret lobbying campaign leading up to its release.
         

  2. EnergyCommerce

    6月20日

    The proposed rollback would add more than 7 BILLION additional tons of carbon into the atmosphere this century, and increase US oil consumption by 500,000 barrels per day – which may cumulatively cost Americans up to$236 billion in extra fuel by 2035.
         

  3. HirokoTabuchi

    6月20日

    Congress just launched an investigation into a secret lobbying campaign by Big Oil, based on this @NYTimesexpose: nytimes.com/2018/12/13/cli… twitter.com/energycommerce…
         

  • 06/19(水)
  • 4 tweets
  • 23時
  • 3 tweets
  1. LFFriedman

    6月19日

    E.P.A. Finalizes Its Plan to Replace Obama-Era Climate Rules nyti.ms/2WQPmNE
         

  2. jswatz

    6月19日

    “This is going to change the way every New Yorker lives.” The state will be required to get 70 percent of its electricity from renewable sources by 2030, and shift entirely to carbon-free power a decade later. @jessemckinley@bradplumernytimes.com/2019/06/18/nyr…
         

  3. nytclimate

    6月19日

    “It’s not normal for them to walk so far south, but the unusual situation can happen because of the lack of natural food and ice,” a wildlife expert said. “The Arctic is one of the places that are most affected” by climate change, he added. nyti.ms/2XYTnRo
         

  • 00時
  • 1 tweets
  1. HirokoTabuchi

    6月19日

    @EricLiptonNYTNo wonder I was unable to enter anything on my calendar this morning
         

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