News Release | Environment America

EPA Rule to Limit Toxic Mercury Emissions Protects Health and Cuts Dangerous Pollution

Today the United States Environmental Protection Agency finalized its rule to limit mercury and other toxic air emissions from industrial sources (also referred to as the “Boiler Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT)”).

News Release | Environment America

Public to Weigh In on Hardrock Mining near Grand Canyon

After months of analysis, Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar released a draft Environmental Impact Statement assessing the impact of hardrock mining on lands within the Grand Canyon watershed. Over the next forty-five days, the public is invited to comment on the Secretary’s proposal to withdraw up to one million acres of land around the Canyon from new mining claims.

News Release | Environment America

America’s Great Outdoors Report Celebrates the Best of America

Environment America applauds the President for his celebration of America’s Great Outdoors in his long anticipated report highlighting findings from the Administration’s listening sessions, which asked Americans how to protect the places they value most.

News Release | Environment America

Oil Spill Commissioners Ask for Legislation Implementing Recommendations

Today, Oil Spill Commission members, Dr. Don Boesch and Terry Garcia, asked two House Transportation and Infrastructure subcommittees to legislate recommendations made by the Oil Spill Commission that investigated the causes of BP’s Deepwater Horizon disaster. The Commission’s report, released one month ago, contains dozens of important recommendations for industry and the government.

News Release | Environment America

New Report: Reducing Toxic Chemical Use Drives American Innovation, Boosts Economy

Today Environment America released Safer by Design: Businesses Can Replace Toxic Ingredients through Green Chemistry, a new report that highlights 14 businesses across the country that are innovating to cut toxic chemicals from their products, while creating green jobs and boosting the economy.

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