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06 Jul 2018Three Tips to Find Real Environmental News, Real Fast
If your inbox is like mine, you received at least a dozen messages announcing that U.S. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt resigned on July 5. There is sure to be a flood of news stories predicting how this may affect either the administration in general or the EPA in particular. This post isn’t one of them.
19 Jun 2018More Challenges to WOTUS Rule, More States Under Court-Ordered Stays
Challenges of the U.S. EPA’s 2015 Waters of the United States (WOTUS) rule are nothing new. However, a recent district court decision highlights the complexities created by current and expected lawsuits related to the Trump Administration’s efforts to repeal and replace the WOTUS rule. The Obama U.S. EPA’s 2015 promulgation of the WOTUS rule led
22 Apr 2018Indiana Plans to Distribute Millions to Reduce Engine Emissions – Is Your Project Eligible for Funding?
Indiana has received nearly $40 million as part of the Environmental Mitigation Trust Fund created by recent settlement of diesel emission litigation; this money will be awarded as grants to reduce NOx emissions in the state, and Indiana will finalize the framework for distributing those dollars in the next several months. This framework is called the