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Environmental Protection Agency-E.P.A

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The Environmental Protection Agency is enforcing stricter limits on hydrofluorocarbons that are used in refrigeration and air conditioning, and it will impose a 40% overall reduction in HFCs from 2024 to 2028 as part of a global phaseout to slow phon

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The decision to transport a "significant" amount of toxic wastewater from the East Palestine, Ohio train derailment by rail to a wastewater treatment plant located east of Baltimore City, and eventually discharge it into the local water system, m

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The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) finalized a rule that will cut nitrogen dioxide emissions by 50% by 2045 on new heavy-duty trucks, a move that will substantially hike operating costs for truckers, and will be passed on to everyone.

Article Image News Link • Global, By Stacy Liberatore

A new report released Monday by Greenpeace suggests the recycling system in the US is 'a sham' after it found only five percent of the 51 million tons of plastic waste generated by US households in 2021 was recycled, which is largely due to the fact

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Childrens Health Defense

A study published in Environmental Science & Technology Letters found likely per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, better known as PFAS, contamination in all 50 states at sites such as industrial facilities, waste processing facilities, airports and m

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By James Lyons-Weiler, Ph.D.

It's clear corporate influence over our national government is having an appalling effect on our health and on the health of the plants, animals, fungi and myriad wee beasties with whom we share the planet, but "sustainability is a stalemate" s

Article Image News Link • Global,by William F. Shughart II

In the last of a series of landmark rulings issued at the end of its 2021?"2022 term, the US Supreme Court held that federal executive branch agencies cannot take major regulatory initiatives without explicit congressional authorization. It was the

Article Image News Link • Global by B.N. Frank

In 2021 the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) was exposed for possibly being aware for years of a probable link between glyphosate (ingredient used in Roundup weedkiller and other herbicides) and non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.

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