CFACT & Public Interest Groups Hire Counsel to Protect Endangered Right Whale from Offshore Virginia Wind Project

“We are very pleased to have retained the services of a law firm with such extensive expertise in the requirements of federal laws such as NEPA and ESA,” said CFACT President Craig Rucker.

By |2022-09-30T11:56:50-04:00September 27th, 2022|Environment, Species|Comments Off on CFACT & Public Interest Groups Hire Counsel to Protect Endangered Right Whale from Offshore Virginia Wind Project

CFACT official comment to EPA on Atrazine

CFACT is concerned that EPA is mixing good, properly conducted scientific studies (that show minimal atrazine risk to aquatic plant species) with poorly conducted, largely meaningless studies that combine inadequate data, satellite imagery, statewide crop and atrazine use data, computer models, laboratory evaluations, algorithms, extrapolations and best guesses, along with irrelevant toxicity studies of non-aquatic plant species that were tested for high-level exposure to atrazine-based products.

By |2022-09-23T11:25:44-04:00September 23rd, 2022|Environment|Comments Off on CFACT official comment to EPA on Atrazine