EPA Pulls Through

I previously posted about the pressure the Environmental Protection Agency was getting from the State of New Mexico and Public Service Company of New Mexico, or PNM, to bail on a clean air plan for the San Juan Generating Station. Happy to say, the EPA stood strong against […]

Clean Air to be Protected from Drilling

At long last, the EPA rolled out its proposed rules to curb air pollution from oil and gas drilling nationwide, promising major improvements for public health, the environment, and major progress toward protecting the climate. In a few words, they’re a drastic improvement and a major milestone.  Check […]

Monster Kill the Environment Bill

How bad is the U.S. House of Representatives’ attack on the environment? So bad, they’re even proposing to ban energy efficient light bulbs. That’s why we’re calling the collective bunch of anti-environmental legislative riders being considered by the House the “Monster Kill the Environment Bill.” It’s more than […]

EPA Caves into Interior Department

I previously blogged about the Interior Department’s efforts to pressure the Environmental Protection Agency to delay cleaning up the Navajo Generating Station. Sadly, EPA quickly caved in, promising the Interior Department that it would not take action until after the end of 2011. The eagerness of EPA’s response […]