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Blankenship Conviction Causes Concern for Coal and Other Dangerous Industries

Blankenship Conviction Causes Concern for Coal and Other Dangerous Industries

The United States Supreme Court will not hear an appeal from a convicted coal baron Don Blankenship, who served a year in prison for violating mine safety standards. Coal groups had expressed their concerns over zealous prosecutions for unforeseen workplace disasters.

Trump Administration Wants to Repeal – Not Replace – Clean Power Plan

Trump Administration Wants to Repeal – Not Replace – Clean Power Plan

The Trump administration now says that it wants to repeal the Obama administration’s prized environmental policy: the Clean Power Plan, which mandates 32% cuts in CO2 emissions by 2030.

New Research Says Reducing Ozone Levels Produces Medical Benefits But Manufacturers Say the Rules Are Inflexible

New Research Says Reducing Ozone Levels Produces Medical Benefits But Manufacturers Say the Rules Are Inflexible

Researchers at the University of Chicago say that rules affecting smog-forming ozone that went into effect on October 1 will save billions in medical costs each year. Manufacturers counter, however, that the rules are too rigid and need to be rewritten.

Carbon Capture Could Benefit Environment and Boost Industry’s Output, Energy Secretary Says

Carbon Capture Could Benefit Environment and Boost Industry’s Output, Energy Secretary Says

If industry could capture invest in the technologies to capture carbon dioxide releases and either bury them or use them to help produce more oil discoveries, it would be a win-win, Energy Secretary Rick Perry said.

Chemical Makers and Environmental Group Join Forces to Fight for a Specific EPA Rule

Chemical Makers and Environmental Group Join Forces to Fight for a Specific EPA Rule

Two chemical companies have filed an appeal to have the full DC Court of Appeals hear a case involving the regulation of the chemicals used in refrigeration and air conditioning — one that had served as a piece of the Obama climate agenda. 

Automotive Industry Has Mixed Feelings About Trump’s Approach to Fuel Standards

Automotive Industry Has Mixed Feelings About Trump’s Approach to Fuel Standards

The auto industry has mixed feelings about how the Trump administration is approaching the fuel economy standards enacted under the Obama administration, with at least the parts makers saying that they need such certainty to remain economically viable.

Candy Maker Mars is the Latest American Company to take Bite Out of Emissions

Candy Maker Mars is the Latest American Company to take Bite Out of Emissions

In an effort to appeal to its customers and to help maintain the objectives of the Paris climate accord, candy company Mars Inc. says that it will enforce its own greenhouse gas emissions goals across its supply chain.

State Attorney Generals Attack Trump’s EPA Over Clean Power Plan Advice

State Attorney Generals Attack Trump’s EPA Over Clean Power Plan Advice

Some state attorney generals are taking issue with the legal advice that EPA Administrator has given to states, which is that while the Clean Power Plan is being litigated, they do not have to meet the ruling’s timetables.