Scott Pruitt is the most corrupt administrator in the history of the EPA
219,210 public comments call on the EPA to ban neonicotinoid pesticides—a leading cause of pollinator decline.
It is clear that House Republicans have no interest in passing a bi-partisan Farm Bill that addresses the needs of vulnerable families, struggling farmers and ranchers, and our imperiled soil, air and water resources.
In a major victory for clean water, outdoor recreation, and local economies across the country, the U.S. Senate today rejected attempts to weaken Clean Water Act protections to prevent aquatic invasive species from entering U.S. waters through the discharge of ballast water.
Despite Trump and Abe’s regressive pro-coal agendas, coal is the energy of yesterday, while renewables are the energy of today and tomorrow.
The Clean Water Act has provided protection for our waters from polluted ship discharges for almost a decade. Congress must not allow this dirty industry to start dumping its pollution in our oceans and lakes again.
Activists will greet Gov. Brown with banners outside his scheduled appearance at the National Press Club to demand an end to new fossil fuel projects in California and a plan to phase out the state’s dirty fuel extraction.
Pruitt has wasted millions on his lavish lifestyle and we learned today that he clearly broke the law with his secret phone booth.
Plans to develop a ban on heavy fuel oil (HFO) from Arctic shipping, along with an assessment of the impact of such a ban, were agreed upon during the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) Marine Environment Protection Committee.
A long-time fossil fuel lobbyist with a record of climate denial, Wheeler is a likely successor if Scott Pruitt is fired or resigns.