Dirty Air Act

Climate Capsule: Riding the Budget Wave

Hello Capsule readers! In addition to the wind, rain, and cherry blossom pollen, there’s tension in the air this week as questions abound. Will certain Congressmen keep trying to attach …

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Uncorking Limits on Power Plant and Refinery Pollution

There is good news on the horizon in the effort to tackle global warming pollution. Using authority provided by Congress and affirmed by the Supreme Court, today the Environmental Protection …

Whose Air Is It? (Video)

Showdown Today on Big Oil Bailout in Senate

By Washington, DC standards this is high drama.  A close vote is expected that sets the stage for whether the government can move aggressively to rein in global warming pollution. …

Mississippi Students Want Cleaner Air and A Brighter Future

Climate Activists Stake Out Polluter Lobbyist Fundraiser

Dirty Air Act Backers Feeling the Heat

Preserve the Clean Air Act’s Protections

By Larry J. Schweiger I posted this response “Preserve the Clean Air Act’s Protections” on National Journal’s blog in response to the following question: Should Congress Stop EPA? Sen. Lisa …

NWF in Alaska to Murkowski “Stop Attacking the EPA”

The National Wildlife Federation’s Pacific Regional Center in Anchorage has been on the front lines of working to stop Sen. Lisa Murkowski’s Dirty Air Act attacks on the Environmental Protection Agency.

Murkowski’s Dirty Air Attack Faces Withering Criticism

Scrutiny has especially focused on her contributions from electric utilities and Big Oil — Sen. Murkowski is among Congress’ biggest recipients of polluter cash. But as soon as today, she may move forward with her attempt to gut the Clean Air Act anyway

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