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China Launches Campaign to Defend p-Xylene

China’s state-run media has launched a campaign touting the benefits of p-xylene, a commonly used chemical that’s been the target of environmental protests in recent years. State television has broadcast reports on p-xylene’s production in other countries and staff at state-run newspapers have published editorials defending the chemical, which is used to make … Read more »

Policy & Enforcement Briefing: Wheat Bans, Plastic Bag Bill, Nile Dam

South Korea and Japan halted some US wheat imports and the European Union advised member states to test certain shipments, the Washington Post reported, following the discovery of a test strain of Monsanto genetically modified wheat on an Oregon farm. South Korea later said it did not detect GMO wheat in … Read more »

Policy & Enforcement Briefing: GMO Crop Delay, Arctic Strategy, McCarthy and Moniz Votes

Democrats will attempt another vote on Gina McCarthy’s nomination for EPA administrator on Thursday, the Hill said. Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ), who is ill, will travel to Washington to enable a quorum in the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee. Republicans boycotted a vote last week as they sought more information about … Read more »