D.C. Circuit sets argument date in long-running ozone case
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit has scheduled Sept. 14 oral arguments on two long-running lawsuits to U.S. EPA's implementation of its 2008 ozone standard.
Conn. governor blasts EPA's ozone delay
Connecticut Gov. Dan Malloy (D) is pressing U.S. EPA to rethink its recent decision to delay a key ozone air quality benchmark, warning that it will hurt both his state's economy and public health.
Court nixes enviros' bid to keep moving in Wyo. haze case
A federal appellate court has again rebuffed environmental groups that want to keep forging ahead with a legal challenge to U.S. EPA's regional haze reduction plan for Wyoming.
38 science advisers get pink slips — internal email
U.S. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt continues to clear out a key advisory committee, signaling plans to drop several dozen current members of the Board of Scientific Counselors (BOSC), according to an email yesterday from a senior agency official.
Groups urge Pruitt to act on health threats
Climate change poses several health threats warranting an immediate response, a coalition of public health and medical groups told U.S. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt in a declaration delivered this morning during a face-to-face meeting at agency's headquarters.