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EPA Must Remove PFAS from Plastic Containers
New Analysis Demonstrates Health Risks to Millions of Americans Using Plastic Containers
Colorado’s Air Quality Doomed to Get Worse
Gutted Reform Bill and New Regs Offer Nothing to Stem Downward Spiral
STATEMENT | DOJ Falls Short on Protecting the Public from Unsafe Exposure to PFAS Chemicals
In their request for a declaratory judgement against Inhance, the DOJ failed to seek an injunction to stop Inhance’s unlawful and dangerous conduct in producing PFAS.
Noisy flights would be limited under proposed plan for Haleakala and Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
‘Forever chemicals’ found in fertilizer raise concerns
NPS, FAA propose crackdown on air tours
Change is Possible! National Parks Reclaim Their Skies
The first serious inroads have been made into curbing swarms of commercial air tours rumbling across some of America’s most besieged national parks.
Questions About BLM’s Conservation Rule
There are serious concerns about many provisions of the new BLM conservation rule and its potential negative impact on public lands
COMMENTARY | EPA’s Whack-a-Mole “Forever Chemicals” Posture Is an Intolerable Failure
The agency must treat PFAS as a class of chemicals regulated in the same manner as the European Union and other countries.
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