And this is only the beginning.
The Supreme Court’s ruling on the EPA will have far reaching effects for the future of environmental regulation and the Republic itself.
The agency announced the new Office of Environmental Justice along with the EPA to tackle pollution disproportionately affecting marginalized communities.
The Supreme Court will decide in June whether to gut the EPA’s ability to fight global heating, and you can thank Charles Koch for that.
Manufacturer Oshkosh Defense is exploiting a long-standing loophole that incentivizes bigger, heavier vehicles that can pollute more.
The postal service says 5 percent of delivery routes are too long for electric vehicles, so it has no choice but to replace 90 percent of its fleet with gas cars. Seriously.
The “light truck” loophole for pickups and SUVs that allow them to pollute more than other cars.
The world’s largest pork processor says it has a “green” solution that could cover up some of the enormous pits. But not everyone is convinced.
Michael Regan’s first priority should be to protect communities of color instead of fossil fuel companies, experts say.
An EPA employee on Trump's war against environmentally friendly toilets: 'I can't even.'
As predominately Black communities in the polluted areas along the Mississippi from New Orleans to Baton Rouge face heightened risks from COVID-19, the EPA has suspended enforcement of the environmental rules designed to protect them.