Why The US Is Losing The Fight to Ban Toxic Chemicals
From a powerful chemical industry that helped write the toxic substances law to an underfunded EPA lacking in resolve, the flaws in the American chemical regulatory apparatus run deep.
Inflation Reduction Act Won’t Get Around SCOTUS Climate Ruling. But It Strengthens EPA’s Future Abilities
The new law amends the Clean Air Act – the nation’s primary air quality law – to define several greenhouse gases as air pollutants.
The Stakes Are High For The EPA’s Newly Appointed Chemical Review Director
OPPT has not been doing its job appropriately, and while the issue may have accelerated without a director, it is a long-term — and nonpartisan — problem.