Tags » EPA

Next »
Posts
Will Corruption and Arrogance Undo Trump's Environmental Team as It Did Reagan's?
[et_pb_section fb_built="1" admin_label="section" _builder_version="3.22"][et_pb_row padding_mobile="off" column_padding_mobile="on" admin_label="row" _builder_version="3.25" background_size="%22initial%22" background_position="%22top_left%22" backgr (More)
Earth Day: Something Old, Something Blue
Wisconsin Senator Gaylord Nelson, 1916-2005 In 1969, Gaylord Nelson proposed the creation of an Earth Day.  He was a United States S (More)
Meet Richard Windsor
I wondered when the fecklessness of the secrecy-obsessed Obama administration would manifest itself in the environmental arena. Enter Richard Windsor. More)
America's Aging Water Infrastucture: The Money Must Flow Too
There is little disagreement about the dire condition of our aging water infrastructure. And there is just as little being done about it.  "The current rate of replacement for aging collection and distribution systems nationwide is less than 1 percen (More)
Superfund 365: Merging Art and Visualization with the Environment
Dr. Francis Marchese is Professor of Computer Science at Pace University's Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems, and a Faculty (More)
The Great Trans-Atlantic Beach Plague
The United States is not the only developed nation plagued by summertime beach closures, even after decades of laws requiring treatment of sewage. Hundreds of beac (More)
Climate Change Tops Gina McCarthy's First Speech as EPA Administrator
Calls climate issue economic as well as environmental. By Alvin Powell Editor's Note: In our July 20 EarthDesk post about the More)
The Obama Climate Battle is Joined, but Does the President Have the Clout?
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is expected to issue carbon standards in the next few days that (More)
Has EPA Given Up on Clean Water?
A meaningful plan is unlikely during the remaining years of Barack Obama’s presidency. Most revealing about the national water strategy announced by recently appointed EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy is its contrast with her “reputation as a strai (More)
"Antibacterial" Soaps Don't Work, Are Bad for Humans & the Environment. FDA Gives Industry Another Year to Prove Otherwise
Broken Federal Toxins Law Has 11% Chance of Being Fixed. On December 16, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced a proposed rule that allows soap and hygiene (More)
Next »