EPA 'still thinking about' Obama mercury standards — Wehrum
ORLANDO, Fla. — EPA's air chief today said the Trump administration has not made a decision on what to do with Obama-era standards limiting mercury and other air toxics emissions from power plants.
Judge nixes greens' suit over EPA delay of power plant rule
A federal judge today tossed out litigation challenging EPA's decision to delay an Obama-era rule curbing toxic wastewater discharges from power plants.
Justices skeptical of Wash. arguments in salmon case
Washington state today had difficulty in netting a majority of justices in a Supreme Court showdown over salmon habitat and tribal treaty rights.
Boulder sues oil companies over damages due to warming
The city of Boulder and two Colorado counties today sued Suncor Energy Inc. and Exxon Mobil Corp., joining a growing list of cities suing oil and gas companies for damages associated with climate change.
Trump admin seeks to keep Obama-created marine site
The Trump administration yesterday moved to dismiss a lawsuit by New England fishermen challenging former President Obama's decision to designate the nation's first marine monument in the Atlantic Ocean.