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EPA head Lisa Jackson to step down
The Obama Administration announced this morning the head of the Environmental Protection Agency -- Lisa Jackson -- is stepping down.
New air pollution rules finally arrive
Industry has fought tighter restrictions on soot from power plants for years. Today is the court-ordered deadline for the Environmental Protection Agency to deliver the new rules.
In Obama second term, EPA set to issue emission rules
Climate change may regain priority in the Obama administration. One area where the President can act without Congress is supporting the Environmental Protection Agency as it writes new rules limiting emissions.
Court shoots down EPA rule on pollution
Power plants and air regulators are working through the implications of a new court ruling this morning. The decision shot down an air pollution rule from the Environmental Protection Agency. Now regulators have to go back to the drawing board.
Federal court affirms EPA authority
The U.S. Appeals Court ruling empowering the EPA to regulate greenhouse gas emissions could deal another blow to the slumping coal industry.
Gauging the job impact of environmental regulations
The Environmental Protection Agency's regulations have long been a object of contention for their impact on jobs. A new report from the Institute for Policy Integrity's hopes to wrap job considerations into the EPA's analyses.
EPA announces new carbon pollution rules
The new regulations for power plants will reinforce market realities.
Delay in EPA gas rules may hurt cars
A reported delay in cleaner fuels could harm the new engines designed to burn it.
Environmental Protection Agency on trial
The agency is in court to defend its landmark global warming finding.
Supreme Court to hear EPA regulation case
Sackett v. EPA challenges one of the regulatory agency's key enforcement mechanisms.