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‘Certainly intimidation’: Louisiana sues EPA for emails of journalists and ‘Cancer Alley’ residents

Deep south state escalates its fight against environmental protection with ‘rare’ use of public record laws.

Alberta renewables pause

Danielle Smith made false statements about reason for renewables pause: documents

The government was preparing speaking notes before the date it says the process began
E.P.A. approved toxic chemicals for fracking a decade ago, new files show
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E.P.A. approved toxic chemicals for fracking a decade ago, new files show

The compounds can form PFAS, also known as “forever chemicals,” which have been linked to cancer and birth defects. The E.P.A. approvals came despite the agency’s own concerns about toxicity.
Site C dams financial & design issues
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Top B.C. government officials knew Site C dam was in serious trouble over a year ago: FOI docs

Stability of the dam found to be a “significant risk" in May 2019, more than a year before information about deepening geotechnical problems and escalating costs were shared with the public.

Pebble Mine questionable environmental review

As the Pebble Mine nears a decision, questions surround its environmental review

Documents unveiled by a Freedom of Information Act request show agencies' behind-the-scenes critiques of the proposed Pebble Mine.

Access to government information: Another coronavirus casualty?
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Access to government information: Another coronavirus casualty?

New report raises questions about Freedom of Information Act.

Skipwith confirmed as Fish and Wildlife Service director
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Skipwith confirmed as Fish and Wildlife Service director

The Senate today confirmed Aurelia Skipwith as director of the Fish and Wildlife Service on a mostly party-line vote of 52 to 39.
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