Washington Post’s “Most Consequential Environmental Stories of 2017” Part II

February 2, 2018 in EPA, Featured, Regulation

The Washington Post listed their 10 most consequential environmental stories.  Below is part two with summaries and my comments (italics). 5. Action on the Dakota Access and Keystone EX pipelines.  According to the story, “As winter began to fade, it became … Read More

Washington Post’s “Most Consequential Environmental Stories of 2017”

The Washington Post listed their 10 most consequential environmental stories.  Summaries and my comments (in italics) are below. 1. Withdrawal from the Paris climate accord.  Blasts the US withdrawal “from a global effort to cut greenhouse gas emissions in an attempt … Read More

Maryland suing EPA to Force a Cut in Power-Plant Emissions from “Five Upwind States”

October 26, 2017 in EPA, Featured

The Washington Post reported (September 28) that Maryland is suing EPA to force a cut in power-plant emissions from “five upwind states.”  Suing EPA and settling the case is an enviro-tactic that has always relied on the agency’s collusion.  In this … Read More