Trump Is Trying to Cripple the Environment and Democracy
Writing in The Hill, Robert Glicksman and Alejandro Camacho dissect the Trump administration's latest effort to enfeeble environmental protections, this time by devising new regulations intended to undercut the National Environment Policy Act.
Author(s): Robert Glicksman, Alejandro Camacho
President Trump Shouldn't Neuter National Environmental Policy
Trump rollback of two safeguards increases threat of chemical disaster in Virginia
In an op-ed in the Roanoke Times, CPR's David Flores describes the real-world impact of President Trump's push to roll back safeguards against environmental disasters.
Author(s): David Flores
Joint Letter to MDE on Stormwater Permits and AFOs
CPR was one of 10 organizations calling for significant improvements in the state's stormwater permit program as it relates to industrial animal feeding operations (AFOs), December 26, 2019.
Author(s): Matt Shudtz
Webinar: Achieving Social Justice Through Better Regulation
Following up on CPR's June 2019 Regulation as Social Justice Conference, and the subsequent report on it, on December 11, 2019, Anne Rolfes of the Louisiana Bucket Brigade and CPR's Amy Sinden and James Goodwin discussed the future of regulation, and how it can do a better job of serving the interests of the political dispossessed.
Author(s): Amy Sinden, James Goodwin
The rise and quick fall of the West tragedy's EPA rule
The Port Neches disaster shows the risk of Trump rolling back environmental regulations
The Port Neches disaster shows the risk of Trump rolling back environmental regulations, by Thomas McGarity, December 5, 2019, The Dallas Morning News
Author(s): Thomas McGarity
With Port Neches burning, do we really think gutting the EPA is wise
Eventually, Paris withdrawal will overshadow impeachment
In an op-ed in the Orlando Sentinel, CPR's Joel Mintz writes that President Trump's decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris climate accords will be seen by historians as a greater disgrace than his impeachment.
Author(s): Joel Mintz