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EPA Will Entertain Full Climate Debate, Including Endangerment Finding

EPA Will Entertain Full Climate Debate, Including Endangerment Finding

Environmental Protection Agency Scott Pruitt said that his agency will formulate the Clean Power Plan’s future in early 2018. And while Pruitt said that the agency would “replace” the proposal and not “repeal” it altogether, others are questioning his true intent.

Owners of Older Concrete Buildings in LA Must Start Planning Seismic Retrofits

Owners of Older Concrete Buildings in LA Must Start Planning Seismic Retrofits

In Los Angeles, the owners of older non-ductile concrete buildings have known about a law requiring seismic retrofits for two years. Now, the Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety is sending them compliance notifications, Engineering News-Record reported. Owners must get the compliance ball rolling with engineers within three years. … Read more »

EPA Appeases Biofuels Sector and Increases Ethanol Requirements

EPA Appeases Biofuels Sector and Increases Ethanol Requirements

Despite its promises to wind down the ethanol requirement, the Environmental Protection Agency said yesterday that oil companies must blend slightly more biofuels into their gasoline, prompting the oil industry to lash out and the biofuel companies to applaud the move.

Leading Commercial Real Estate Owners Exhibit Progress toward Water, Carbon Reductions

Leading Commercial Real Estate Owners Exhibit Progress toward Water, Carbon Reductions

Some of the world’s leading commercial real estate owners and managers are making significant progress in reducing water usage, carbon emissions and energy consumption, as they work to mitigate the risks that come with

Most CO2 Emissions Are Coming From World’s Biggest Companies. What to do?

Most CO2 Emissions Are Coming From World’s Biggest Companies. What to do?

Over the last three years, carbon emissions from the top 250 emitters have been flat, although to fulfill the terms of the Paris agreement, they need to fall by 3% a year, a Thompson Reuters report says.

Clean Air Act Violations Lead to Fines and $300M in Improvements Spending for ExxonMobile

Clean Air Act Violations Lead to Fines and $300M in Improvements Spending for ExxonMobile

Clean Air Act violations lead to hefty fines, and even heftier spending on improvement plans, for ExxonMobil: the company settled with the Department of Justice, the EPA, and the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality for a civil fine of $2.5 million and an agreement to spend approximately $300 million on

Veolia’s New Lamp Recycling Facility Helps Ontario Industry Comply with Regulations

Veolia’s New Lamp Recycling Facility Helps Ontario Industry Comply with Regulations

Industrial and commercial businesses in Canada’s Ontario region must prepare to comply with provincial regulations banning lamps from landfill disposal by 2020. With that regulation in mind, Veolia has unveiled a new