“How does natural gas production contribute to ozone pollution?”: A podcast with The Endocrine Disruption Exchange
Lesley Fleischman, Senior Analyst with Clean Air Task Force, answers the question “How does natural gas production contribute to ozone pollution?” In an interview with Carol Kwiatkowski, Executive Director of The Endocrine Disruption Exchange (TEDX), Lesley explains how ozone is formed due to venting and leaking of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from the entire natural
CATF Statement on Proposed Repeal of Clean Power Plan
President Trump’s latest attempt to “Make Coal Great Again” is his proposed replacement for the Obama-era Clean Power Plan (CPP).
Mexico Issues Proposed Standards to Curb Methane Pollution from the Oil and Gas Industry
Today, Mexico proposed enforceable standards for the Mexican oil and gas sector that, when fully implemented, could cut methane pollution from the oil and gas industry by 40-45 percent.
Mexico is Stepping Up to Lead the Fight Against Methane Pollution
Mexico has joined a growing number of countries and state/provincial governments with the issuance of proposed enforceable methane standards for the Mexican oil and gas sector.
CATF and Earthworks Release Rural Ozone Report: “Country Living, Dirty Air”
In many parts of America’s rural countryside, pollution from the booming oil and gas industry is causing an increase in asthma attacks and increased risks of cancer and respiratory diseases.
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.
CATF Statement on XTO Support for Methane Regulations
XTO has helpfully moved the conversation on oil and gas air pollution forward by acknowledging the importance of methane regulations, including on existing oil and gas equipment.