That I posted something, yes. The blog has been pretty dormant for a year or so now, but I’m going to try to pick things up again now and get the word out about what’s news in the American West when it comes to climate change. And by […]
At last, the truth is coming out. PNM is fighting the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s plan to clean up the company’s coal-fired San Juan Generating Station not because they want to protect ratepayers and not because they have a better plan. It’s because they don’t have any money. […]
The EPA this week held public hearings on a proposal to ratchet up protection for public health and welfare in the face of oil and gas drilling. In Pittsburgh, Denver, and today in Dallas, the message was resounding: The EPA’s rules promise less air pollution, greater savings for […]
It’s been a busy few weeks, but one notable glimmer of hope came out late last week: despite being rebuffed by President Obama, EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson is staying the course and reinvigorating her efforts to tackle smog here in the U.S. And to kick things off, her […]
It’s out and it’s good. Probably some room for improvement, but kudos to the EPA for following through with a comprehensive clean air plan to tackle air pollution in North Dakota. Moose in front of Coal Creek coal-fired power plant in North Dakota (photo by Dennis Kost).
We’ve heard it’s signed, but we’re still waiting to see what it looks like. Stay tuned, and in the meantime, here’s some background info.
Despite the fact that WildEarth Guardians gets accused by right wing politicians of being overly litigious, it’s actually industry that files the majority of lawsuits, at least against the Environmental Protection Agency. That’s according to a Government Accountability Office report released today, which looked at environmental litigation against […]