The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) continues its descent into authoritarianism under Scott Pruitt. At a summit about reducing toxic chemicals in drinking water, the agency reportedly barred staff from Rep. Dan Kildee’s (D-Michigan) district from entering.
The Environmental Protection Agency cares more about its image than public health—and Republicans and Democrats ain’t having it. Emails released last week show the agency, along with the White House, intervened to block the release of a health study earlier this year that would have led to a “public relations…
Here we go again: The Environmental Protection Agency wants to sacrifice clean air for—you guessed it—money.
Tomorrow, it will have been one year since the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) climate change website was taken offline. And all signs are pointing toward it never coming back under the Trump administration.
Environmental Protection Agency administrator and noted luxury travel enthusiast Scott Pruitt made a big announcement about his commitment to transparency on Tuesday. There was just one little hitch: The press wasn’t invited to attend.
Turns out Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt may not have needed to travel in luxury to escape threats, according to, uh, the EPA. This is awkward!
Scott Pruitt has racked up an immense number of scandals in his tenure leading the Environmental Protection Agency. But they exploded like a supernova this week, leading to questions of if he will keep his job.
If President Donald Trump and his goonies want to go ahead and let methane run wild, they can try. They’ll just have to deal with all the many groups and states across the U.S. that’ll fight back.
We will update this post as more scandals surface.
Every policy the Environmental Protection Agency implements is backed up by science. Datasets and research conclusions lie behind every proposal. And at the heart of this research are actual people, whose data is often hidden in order to protect their privacy.
On Monday, a district court judge ruled that the Environmental Protection Agency has a “mandatory duty” to respond to the civil rights complaints it accepts within a 180-day deadline. The ruling is the result of a 2015 lawsuit brought by five environmental groups, including the Sierra Club and Citizens for…
To say Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt doesn’t have many fans in the environmental justice, conservation, or climate communities is an understatement. On Wednesday, ten major environmental groups announced they’re totally done with Pruitt by launching a coordinated campaign to oust him under…
A federal court ruled late Wednesday that the Environmental Protection Agency broke the law when it delayed an Obama-era rule barring minors from handling dangerous pesticides during agricultural work.
It may not include everything on environmentalists’ wish lists, but a $1.3 trillion spending bill just released by Congress spares climate and energy research programs that President Donald Trump envisioned gutting.
The Environmental Protection Agency is proposing to reorganize some major offices that could potentially result in the cutting of a research program that funds work on the ways chemicals and pollutants are messing with the health of children and tribal nations. The research itself, though, would continue.
People living below the poverty line, blacks, Latinos, and non-white people, in general, are more likely to live in areas with high particulate matter pollution, according to a study published Thursday in the American Journal of Public Health.