At court-ordered deadline, EPA proposes standards for mercury and other air toxics.
Members of Congress debate consumer choice issues raised by efficiency standards for light bulbs and appliances.
Following Supreme Court decision, the USDA stops regulating Roundup Ready Alfalfa.
EPA and the EU differ over how to respect confidential business information while enforcing environmental regulation.
The federal government may contribute fees to Philadelphia to limit stormwater runoff to sewers.
Senator’s failed attempt to dismantle agency’s greenhouse gas regulation fails amidst similar efforts.
Agencies discuss student comment in rulemaking on greenhouse gas emissions from automobiles.
Agency makes announcements on automobile investigations and fuel economy standards.
PPR panel discussion centers on climate change data and the uncertainties that countries face in addressing the issue.
Agency clarifies that it will not implement greenhouse gas regulations for at least one more year.
Studies question whether nutrition disclosure laws are effective in reducing calorie intake.
Groups challenge EPA’s reliance on scientific reports to find danger in greenhouse gas emissions.