In good news for public health, the dangerous chemical will rightfully remain on this public list of cancer-causing substances.
The latest opinion and analysis from NRDC’s science, legal, and policy experts.
The future of the much-maligned pipeline is now even more uncertain.
The agency broke the law by continuing to allow use of the toxic pesticide despite scientific proof that the chemical harms children’s developing brains.
The oil industry is the only real winner.
The so-called “International Wildlife Conservation Council” advisory panel has exactly zero conservation experts.
With as few as 15 vaquitas left in the wild, the action comes not a minute too soon.