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July 2014

The Environmental Protection Agency has upgraded its RadNet system for detecting radioactive fallout, the EPA's Office of the Inspector General reported today, two years after the inspector general criticized the agency for lapses in management and…

The Environmnental Protection Agency's inspector general defended Friday his right to investigate pollution risks from hydraulic fracturing, after a posse of Republican senators from petroleum-rich states questioned his authority.
Senators Ted Cruz…

Both proponents and opponents of nuclear power expect the Environmental Protection Agency in coming months to relax its rules restricting radiation emissions from reactors and other nuclear facilities. EPA officials say they have no such intention,…

Four Things We Can't Stop Carbon Emissions Without

Two expert economists and an expert engineer endorsed the EPA's Clean Power Plan at a conference in Washington D.C. Friday, but cautioned that the proposed rule is only a first step, and it affects only one of several sectors of the economy that…