by Samantha Page May 24, 2016
“We all know the cause of coal’s decline is multifaceted, but the regulatory regime, certainly from my perspective, has played a very important role," Morrisey said.
by Ryan Koronowski May 17, 2016
The oral arguments will be held in September, not June of this year.
by Samantha Page May 12, 2016
The new rule will reduce emissions by 11 million tons per year of CO2 equivalent by 2025.
by Samantha Page Mar 16, 2016
By and large, Garland has a reputation for allowing agencies to do the work they set out to do — and that’s a good thing for the environment.
by Samantha Page Mar 10, 2016
The rule will be huge for meeting climate goals.
by Katie Valentine Feb 18, 2016
Short-term exposure has been linked to an "array of adverse respiratory effects" including exacerbated asthma symptoms and increased emergency room visits.
by Samantha Page Feb 9, 2016
The most carbon-intensive way to travel is also the one way that has escaped any kind of emissions standards -- until now.
by Emily Atkin Jan 22, 2016
But the EPA is not solely to blame.
by Natasha Geiling Jan 14, 2016
Agribusinesses and the American Farm Bureau say farmers hate the EPA's Waters of the United States Rule. These farmers respectfully disagree.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Jan 13, 2016
Environmentalists say the federal government should step in as Texas has made it unlawfully burdensome for people to challenge industry polluters.