Get to know President-elect Joe Biden's radical picks for Interior Secretary and EPA Administrator today on District of Conservation.
EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler joins District of Conservation podcast host Gabriella Hoffman on the show today for a wide-ranging interview. Listen here.
EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler announced a rule change in how the EPA performs cost-benefit analyses in air pollution regulations going forward.
The Clean Air Act has successfully ensured clean air for America. EPA would be wise not to impose further burdens at a time when the country can least afford them.
In Episode 104 of District of Conservation, Gabriella discussed four key policy updates across the environmental and conservation space. ENVIRONMENT: Trump's Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) being praised by environmentalists for Superfund Clean-up and the establishment of the new Office of Mountains, Deserts and Plains to address abandoned mines and clean-up. CONSERVATION: The news that USFWS will fully delist the biologically recovered gray wolf in the Lower-48 by year's end and the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works deliberated S. 614 (Grizzly Bear State Management Act of 2019). Listen below: ### Subscribe to District of Conservation.Chip in to support [...]
Exactly five years after suffering the impacts from a devastating spill of heavy-metal-laden toxic wastewater from Colorado’s Gold King Mine, the State of Utah announced a settlement of its claims against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and several EPA contractors (who were not held liable) for its alleged negligence in allowing the spill.
Is it too much to ask that government regulations do more good than harm?
If promulgated, future significant regulations promulgated under the Clean Air Act may be accompanied by a benefit-cost analysis.
It took 13 months and 15 days to construct the Empire State Building. It took 11 years to construct the Freedom Tower, which opened 2014 adjacent to where the Twin Towers once stood.
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In the midst of the fight to save lives from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Trump administration announced a regulatory change on another issue that also will save lives.
Every puddle and muddy ditch no longer the feds to control. Courts can't overrule Congress because the Left hides behind kids. Celebrate!
Puddles and ditches were never meant to be navigable "Waters of the United States" (WOTUS).
Government runs at pre-industrial speeds. Why not try fast, smooth, pleasant and accurate?
Had the Obama "WOTUS" rule not been repealed, landowners would have had to get permits from federal bureaucrats before making any significant modifications to their property.