A federal judge on Monday vacated the Trump administration rule limiting which scientific studies the Environmental Protection Agency can use in crafting public health protections, overturning one of the Trump administration's last major rollbacks.
A federal judge in Montana ruled against the Trump administration's attempt to fast-track a controversial rule about how the Environmental Protection Agency considers scientific evidence, endangering its future under the Biden administration.
President Donald Trump’s appointees took their final shots at staving off future climate action this week, even as his presidency careered to an inglorious end with a second impeachment. Trump’s Environmental Protection Agency on Wednesday finalized a surprise measure to bar future greenhouse gas regulation at oil refineries, manufacturing plants or other facilities beyond coal-fired […]
In one of his final, boldest strokes as administrator of the EPA, Andrew Wheeler on Tuesday announced a new “transparency" rule that could keep the agency from considering some of the most well-documented health research in the world.
The White House appears to have concluded its review of an Environmental Protection Agency rule that's expected to limit the types of scientific research the agency can consider in its rulemaking process.
Jane Worthington moved her grandkids to protect them from oil and gas wells—but it didn't work. In US fracking communities, the industry's pervasiveness causes social strain and mental health problems.