The Energy 202: A bunch of House Republicans say they’re serious about climate change. Do they mean it?

Among the head-scratchers is Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz, who in 2017 introduced a bill to abolish the Environmental Protection Agency. After joining the caucus, Gaetz told the Pensacola News Journal, a newspaper in his Florida district, that he believes ...

Trump Environmental Protection Agency Litigation Record: U.S. Senate Environment & Public Works Committee Minority Ranking Member (Tom Carper) Report

The focus of the Report are lawsuits that have been filed against the United States Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”) during Administrator Scott Pruitt’s tenure. In terms of numbers, the Report notes that over 140 lawsuits have been filed ...

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency pledges to regulate and clean up PFC chemicals founds in drinking water, Lawrence County could be site for visit

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says it will begin a national push for more stringent regulation, enforcement, and cleanup of the PFC chemicals found in the drinking water of the West Morgan-East Lawrence Water Authority that ...

Reporters ‘Selectively Excluded’ — Forcefully — From Environmental Protection Agency Event

On 22 May 2018, the Environmental Protection Agency hosted what was billed in a March 2018 press release as a two-day-long National Leadership Summit “to take action on Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS)” — chemicals widely used to make stain ...

Former EPA head Gina McCarthy knows why climate change activists aren’t getting their message across

Maybe that’s because of climate change, the threat that McCarthy led the charge to confront as head of the Environmental Protection Agency during the Obama administration. Or maybe it’s just high tide. She is surrounded by a couple of hundred ...

National Priorities List/Superfund: D.C. Court of Appeals Addresses Challenge to U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Listing Decision

The United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia (“Court”) overturned a determination by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”). See Genuine Parts Co. v. EPA, No. 16-1416, 2018 WL 2271086 (D.C. Cir. May 18, 2018).