The Supreme Court’s Covert Plan to Gut the EPA’s Powers

Ian Millhiser/June 21, 2019 The conservative justices signaled they want to limit agencies’ ability to regulate. That could have disastrous consequences for the planet. Nearly four decades ago, Anne Gorsuch Burford resigned as the head of the Environmental Protection Agency. Though at the helm for less than two years, she left behind a notorious anti-environment

Notice of Proposed Rulemaking: Control of Air Pollution from Airplanes and Airplane Engines: GHG Emission Standards and Test Procedures

Regulations for Emissions from Vehicles and Engines Basic Information Code of Federal Regulations Citations 40 CFR Part 1030 40 CFR Part 87 Subpart 87.8 Docket Number EPA-HQ-OAR-2018-0726 On this page: Rule Summary Rule History Additional Resources Rule Summary In this action, EPA is proposing greenhouse gas (GHG) emission standards that would apply to certain new

Addressing Community Health Concerns Around Sea-Tac Airport

Response to the question, “Is it possible to monitor jet engine exhaust emissions or to model their path using data on prevailing winds and takeoff patterns?” Prepared by Washington State Department of Health Washington State Department of Ecology Puget Sound Clean Air Agency In consultation with Public Health – Seattle & King County Sea-Tac Airport