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Environmental Groups Sound Alarm on the Risk of Polluters Co-opting the Clean Hydrogen Credit

The submitted comments note the need for improved methodology to prevent harmful false solutions from being repackaged as clean hydrogen. Read More

Texas Environmental Agency Opens Pathway for Formosa Plastics Expansion

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality issued a draft permit to construct a reservoir on the property of Formosa Plastics. Read More

New research reveals factory farm manure biogas production harms environmental justice, fails to achieve methane reduction targets, and worsens consolidation

First-of-its-kind analysis casts doubt on a linchpin of the Biden administration’s methane reduction strategy Read More

Environmental Justice Groups Celebrate EPA’s Decision to Raise Soot Standard

The Environmental Protection Agency has finalized a long-awaited higher standard for soot pollution which, in addition to providing life-saving public health and economic benefits, will address environmental health inequity throughout America’s ports. Read More

Environmental, Gulf Groups React to API Lawsuit Targeting Five-Year Drilling Plan; Seek Stronger Protections for Gulf of Mexico

Environmental and Gulf-based groups filed a legal challenge today to hold the Interior Department accountable for failing to adequately consider the public health impacts on frontline communities in its final Five-Year Program. Read More

Export-Import Bank Votes to Proceed with Bahrain Project Financing in Closed-Door Process

Today the board of directors at the United States Export-Import Bank voted to notify Congress about potential financing for fossil fuel expansion in Bahrain. Read More

Kroger Joins Trend of Grocers Competing to Protect Bees and Biodiversity from Toxic Pesticides

In a win for biodiversity, the climate, and our health, Kroger is the latest major U.S. grocer to announce commitments aimed at reducing the use of toxic pesticides in its fresh fruit and vegetable supply chain. Read More

Alaska Native Tribes, Southeast Alaska Businesses and Forest Advocates Defend Tongass National Forest’s Roadless Rule

A broad coalition of forest advocates is seeking to defend last year’s reinstatement of National Roadless Rule protections across the Tongass National Forest in Southeast Alaska through several legal challenges. Read More

Environmentalists Condemn Louisiana Court’s Decision to Uphold Air Permits for Formosa Plastics Facility

The US government, backed by the courts, continues to allow rampant pollution that harms communities. Read More

Fossil Fuel Speculators Benefit Most From Pending LNG Terminals, Sticking U.S. Consumers with Higher Bills, Analysis Shows

A new report shows that expanding LNG export infrastructure would primarily benefit Big Oil and speculators while harming US utility customers and causing a massive surge in climate pollution. Read More