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EPA’s Carbon Standards Are a Powerful Tool

Press ReleaseUnited States
The EPA’s standards to curb carbon emissions from power plants are crucial to addressing climate change. Strong and comprehensive rules are needed to address this major source of carbon pollution.

Liquefied Natural Gas 101

GuideUnited States, InternationalBrian Palmer
What is it? Why is it? And what does it mean for the climate?

Biden Administration Strengthens Health Standard for Soot Pollution

Press ReleaseWashington, D.C.
WASHINGTON – The Environmental Protection Agency finalized a rule today to tighten one national limit for soot pollution in the United States. It set the annual health standard for soot, otherwise known as fine particulate matter air pollution, or PM2.5…

Most Public Comments submitted on Safe Drinking Water Rule in History

Press ReleaseWashington, D.C.
WASHINGTON – Yesterday, as the public comment period closed for the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) proposed Lead and Copper Rule Improvements (LCRI) to address the lead-contaminated drinking water crisis, it is clear that the overwhelming majority of comments support the…

World Wetlands Day: A Call to Action for U.S. Wetlands Preservation

Expert BlogUnited StatesJon Devine
Today marks World Wetlands Day, a day to celebrate and raise awareness of wetlands' vital role in our ecosystem and lives. However, in the aftermath of the Supreme Court’s Sackett v. EPA decision gutting federal wetlands protections, this year's commemoration…

PFAS: No Forever Exemptions for Forever Chemicals

Expert BlogUnited StatesDr. Anna Reade, Alex Hillbrand, Dr. Richie Kaur, Dr. Katie Pelch
The goal is safer and better solutions, so any exemptions from laws and regulations restricting PFAS must be temporary.