Toxic Chemicals in Your Backyard
Environmental Protection Agency Data: Does it Point to Colorado as the PFAS Capital of the U.S.?
Agencies Taken to Task for Violating Air Tour Management Plan Deadlines
New Advisories Ignore Precursors That Transform into Most Toxic Fluorinated Chemicals
Public Utilities Commission Agrees with Petitioners that New Oil-Fired Unit Must Be Studied Under MEPA
The ruling, in effect, smothers any attempt to use EPA’s existing statutory authorities to control carbon emissions or meaningfully slow climate change
To build a better BLM, PEER recommends prioritizing staff protecting land health and biodiversity and shift priorities away from resource extraction
A new Mexico Dairy farmer who lost his entire herd to PFAS contamination is yet another tragic example of the EPA’s lack of action on PFAS regulation.
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