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Ice age fossils slow massive power line for renewable energy

by E&E Greenwire | March 2, 2023
The results of the studyconducted in September by a third-party contractor — in collaboration with NPS senior paleontologist Vincent Santucci, two U.S. Geological Survey geologists and the monument’s former acting superintendent — found “deposits deemed to have a high ...

EPA debuts ‘forever chemicals’ database

by E&E News | January 5, 2023
Proponents of PFAS regulation expressed some initial gratitude for the tool. Tim Whitehouse, executive director for Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, called the move “a positive step forward” but said more is needed from the agency. “EPA should mandate ...

NPS cut its special agents by nearly half, memo shows

by E&E News | January 4, 2023
The National Park Service has reduced the number of criminal investigators who handle difficult cases by 45 percent over the last 20 years, and they will spend less time on property crimes and drug cases as a result, according to an internal memo. The memo, obtained by the advocacy group ...

Ranchers, greens on edge as BLM rewrites grazing rule

by E&E News | December 5, 2022
Last spring, the Western Watersheds Project released an online report showing that BLM failed to conduct an environmental analysis before renewing more than half of the grazing permits it approved last year, resulting in degraded rangelands (E&E News PM, March 23). That same month, the ...

Greens urge National Park Service to ban lead

by E&E News | November 17, 2022
Citing risks to animals that ingest lead either directly or through lead-contaminated prey, Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility and two other green organizations urged NPS action. “Banning lead from our national parks would be one of the single biggest conservation ...
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