Ms. McCarthy is now saying that the Clean Power Plan is not about climate. Continue reading
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Parts of Shoshone County, Idaho, is designated non-attainment for PM2.5. Maybe just an example of particulate rules being set much too low. Continue reading
Paul Driessen explains why it is such a junky concept as used by the watermelons.
Paul Driessen explains.
The EPA says Texas is responsible for SO2 pollution in one city in Illinois. Continue reading
Charles Battig responsds to the news report on greeen influence in Albamarle Co VA.
Here is the typical mumbojumbo that asserts that the CERCLA Superfund is just fine, we just need to accept it’s wonderfulness.
It’s not too late to comment on the Tittabawassee River (Michigan) clean up plan that has been going on since the 1980’s and is likely to go on through a good part of this century. Continue reading
If the EPA fails to issue a PSD permit in the statutorily required time and the regulations change before the permit is issued the permittee is required to meet the new regulations. The EPA is not penalized for failing to meet deadlines like the folks they regulate. Continue reading
McCarthy says it should be done. James Delingpole agrees but has a slightly different curriculum. Continue reading
Jay Lehr received the first PhD in hydrology from Princeton a long time ago at a very young age.
The GAO’s review of EPA’s Regulatory Impact Analyses (RIA) of seven major environmental regulations shows lack of consistency, lack of transparency and problems with assessing economic data. Continue reading
The goal is to make the populace anxious so they will be clamorous to be led to safety…
Bryan Shaw says he might consider telling EPA to consider going to hell on electricity plant regs?
Some screw up in the post, but here’s the more accurate Fulks piece.
In response to Tom Harris, a strong advocate for common sense on climate issues, who rejects warmer crazies, here’s Gordon Folks, PhD Physics of Oregon.