Stories tagged: "Environmental Protection Agency"


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A “Godzilla Dust Cloud” Is Hitting Puerto Rico. Here’s What That Means.

A larger-than-usual dust plume brings unhealthy air to the region this week and makes its way to the United States mainland next week.

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Trump Reverses 100 Environmental Regulations That Directly Affect Puerto Rico

In three years, Trump reversed important environmental regulations that affect people on the island “first and foremost” as well as minorities in the U.S.

Washington, DC/USA - June 3, 2019: Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Andrew Wheeler speaks at the National Press Club. (Image via Shutterstock)
The EPA Is Refusing to Regulate a Dangerous Chemical Tied to Brain Damage in Infants

This is just the latest in a string of decisions by Trump's EPA to not regulate a toxic chemical that can adversely impact fetuses and children.

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EPA Begs You to Not Inject or Ingest Disinfectant

After Trump wondered if an injection of disinfectant would fight coronavirus, the Environmental Protection Agency reminded people to only use on surfaces.