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Albert C. Lin: The Supreme Court just shriveled federal protection for wetlands, leaving many of these valuable ecosystems at risk

In Sackett v. EPA, a suit filed by two homeowners who filled in wetlands on their property, the Supreme Court has drastically narrowed the definition of which wetlands qualify for federal protection.
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EPA finally wakes up with stiff new climate rules: ‘They’ve hit full throttle’

A slew of anti-pollution, from toxic water to planet-heating emissions has been issued by an agency belatedly flexing its muscles.

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Trump appointees interfered to weaken EPA assessment of toxic chemical

Watchdog finds PFBS toxicity value was altered in 2021 report, as scientists say episode part of ‘larger rot at the agency.’

Bob Bullard interview: Supreme Court’s climate change ruling places ‘uneven burdens on overburdened communities’

Bob Bullard interview: Supreme Court’s climate change ruling places ‘uneven burdens on overburdened communities’

Curbing federal authority over carbon emissions reductions and increasing heat waves will have a cascading effect on the most vulnerable communities, says the activist of environmental justice.

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Global dismay as Supreme Court ruling leaves Biden’s climate policy in tatters

Global dismay as Supreme Court ruling leaves Biden’s climate policy in tatters

Biden’s election was billed as heralding a ‘climate presidency’ but congressional impasse and judicial roadblocks mean he has little to show.

The Supreme Court has curtailed EPA's power to regulate carbon pollution – and sent a warning to other regulators
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The Supreme Court has curtailed EPA's power to regulate carbon pollution – and sent a warning to other regulators

In a 6-3 ruling, the Supreme Court held that an Obama administration plan to regulate carbon emissions from power plants exceeded the power that Congress gave to the Environmental Protection Agency.
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US supreme court signals it may restrict EPA’s ability to fight climate crisis

Several conservative justices on the US supreme court signaled on Monday that they may be willing to restrict the federal government’s ability to address the climate crisis.

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