The Court held that the US EPA’s decision not to consider costs to the industry when deciding that it was “appropriate and necessary” to regulate power plants – saving thousands of lives each year in the process – was unreasonable. Needless to say, the decision is another stern reminder that more work must be done when it comes to environmental protection in the courts.
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The big question lingering, to this day, is WHY these concerned families and community members were left without answers.
Pope Francis recently released his eagerly anticipated encyclical on the environment, in which he discusses the undeniable proof that man-made climate change is happening.
While Ohio has contributed great things to the world, like flight, Thomas Edison and Jesse Owens, is the fate of the world really in Ohio’s hands? Well, probably. But, let me explain…
Thanks to you, the Ohio Senate is starting to stand up to the oil and gas industry.
The US EPA study highlights that fracking is not only a significant threat to water, but a threat to public health and quality of life for thousands of people across the country.
Lawmakers in Columbus have an opportunity this week to take action through an amendment in the state budget bill currently working its way through the Ohio Senate. This amendment affects a key program meant to prevent agricultural pollution by moving it from the state natural resources department to the agriculture department.
Our first responders charge into situations that most of us can only conjure up in our worst nightmares. They deserve the best protection that we can give them. That’s why we were outraged to learn that a provision in the Ohio budget bill could unnecessarily jeopardize the safety of these heroes.
Rather than be beholden to rain storms made more severe from human-induced climate change, the focus needs to be on limiting the amount of phosphorus flowing into our streams and rivers.