EPA’s Report on the Environmental Impacts of Biofuels
We’ve waded through the various and sundry mistakes Congress made in 2007 when it dramatically expanded the size and the duration of the US Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) as part of the Energy Independence and Security Act (EISA).
CATF Statement on EPA’s Proposed 2019 RFS Biofuels Requirements
Today, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposed Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) regulations that establish the amount of biofuels that must be blended into the United States’ transportation fuel supply in 2019 (and 2020, for biomass-based diesel fuels).
CATF Statement on CTGs Rollback
Once again, the Trump Administration is taking aim at reasonable protections for American public health in favor of their cronies in the oil and gas industry.
What Americans Need to Hear from EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt
On Tuesday, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt will testify before the U.S. Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, providing a prime opportunity for the public to hear him address questions about his ongoing efforts to roll back regulations designed to reduce pollution.
CATF Statement on Pruitt Recusal Letter on CPP Rulemaking
Groups’ Letter Seeks Disqualification of Pruitt from Clean Power Plan Repeal Proceeding
The RFS’s Unhappy Birthday: A Mistake Turns 10
Ten years ago this week—on December 19, 2007—President George W. Bush signed the Energy Independence and Security Act (EISA) into law.
Administrator Pruitt Appoints Himself Judge, Jury and Executioner of the Clean Power Plan
The Trump EPA’s proposed complete repeal of the Clean Power Plan represents a 180-degree turn from the position of the Obama Administration.
Science 101 for Administrator Pruitt
Tomorrow the Earth Day March for Science will happen on the National Mall in DC, and over 500 satellite marches will take place in other locations around the world. Like most of those marching, we never thought we would need to make the case for integrity in environmental science. It used to be that everyone […]