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).
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 […]
Okay, now here’s the good. In the last couple of weeks, WildEarth Guardians has taken some tremendous strides to confront some of the most significant contributors to global warming, including: Together with doctors, moms, and many others, putting Kennecott on notice of an impending lawsuit over ongoing clean […]
Listen to the first ClimateWest podcast by WildEarth Guardians Climate and Energy Program Director, Jeremy Nichols. Click below: It’s unfortunate. Apparently an anti-environmental front group called the Western Colorado Jobs Alliance, which apparently was founded by Jon Anderson, an attorney at Holland and Hart in Denver, is running […]
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 […]
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 […]
WildEarth Guardians’ Climate and Energy Program is excited to launch its blog! Dedicated to bringing you news, information, commentary, and insight on our efforts to safeguard the climate, we hope this blog proves useful. – Jeremy