Engadget Podcast: How bad is the Supreme Court’s EPA ruling?

This week, Devindra and Senior Writer Sam Rutherford delve into the EPA’s latest Supreme Court ruling that severely limits the agency’s ability to reduce power plant emissions. Devindra also chats with ProPublica reporter Lisa Song about what this means for the EPA and other federal agencies. (Basically, it is the fight against climate change a lot of harder.) We also cover Apple’s new lockdown mode, which adds an extreme layer of security to your devices, and why Gen Z is so obsessed with Minion.

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  • Work in progress – 51:32

  • Selection – 1:03:49

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Hosts: Devindra Hardawar and Sam Rutherford
Guest: Lisa song out Pro Publica
Producer: Ben Ellman
Music: Dale North and Terrence O’Brien
Live Stream Producers: Julio Barrientos
Artists: Luke Brooks and Brian Oh

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