contaminacion del agua

Fallo de Suprema Corte limita autoridad de FEMA, para abordar contaminación del agua

Un fallo de la mayoría conservadora de la Corte Suprema dificulta hoy el trabajo de la Agencia de Protección Ambiental, FEMA, limitando su autoridad y eliminando las protecciones de los humedales aislados de cuerpos de agua más grandes, con repercusiones significativas para la calidad del agua y el control de inundaciones en el país.

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