From ICECAP By ICECAP Climate Science Team On December 11, 2023, the Supreme Court refused to examine the numerous science-based arguments contained in a Petition for Reconsideration of EPA’s 2009…
It is incumbent upon the Senate to finally assess Mr. Goffman’s record before re-joining the agency, what he did and did not disclose about that record, and how it is possible he has remained involved in a key item for...
EPA Agents Are Flying Helicopters Over Texas Oil Fields To Crack Down On Methane Emissions From Drilling
“During 2024, environmental justice will be a means for the Biden administration to funnel money to poor communities for election purposes,” Milloy told the DCNF.
From the Daily Caller NICK POPE CONTRIBUTOR The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) pushed several aggressive climate regulations in 2023 that could seriously harm the American economy, energy policy experts told…
This document just released by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency takes the cake.
If the Supreme Court takes up the case, its decision could ultimately end up being the second major ruling pertaining to the extent of EPA’s authority in the last several years.
“Beware. Expect Surprises. Expensive Ones”.
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...the Supreme Court, can be an important part of the unraveling of the energy transformation sought by today’s climate cult.
“exceeds reason and will increase costs to the American consumer with absolutely no environmental or fuel savings benefits.”
In the meantime, just the possibility that EPA will enact such sweeping regulations will slow investment in new power generation that all U.S. power grids need.
Now confusion will reign, cleanups will be delayed, and responsible corporations will balk at undertaking costly cleanups.
“In sum, we hold that the CWA [Clean Water Act] extends to only those “wetlands with a continuous surface connection to bodies that are ‘waters of the United States’ in their own right,” so that they are “indistinguishable”...
The United States’ Environmental Protection Agency [EPA] and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers should have finally relinquished their claim made under the Waters of the United States (WOTUS) rules claiming jurisdiction...
The kids asked the Court to require Montana to make and implement an emissions reduction plan, all under Court supervision. The Court properly rejected that monster request.
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