Mercury (No Longer) Rising

Feb 14, 2012 BY Christine York
Over the last year, the Environmental Protection Agency worked hard to pass regulations for coal-burning power plants to limit the emissions of mercury and other toxic pollutants into our air, water, and food. A set of regulations called the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards (MATS) for power plants, which the EPA developed through extensive research over the last 20 years as a part of the Clean...

Clean Energy

Sep 27, 2010 BY Administrator
Snapshots of oil dependence and imported oil fall onto an anxious background of a troubled economy and high energy costs to highlight the extent of the leadership of House members like Representative Zack Space of Ohio. Representative Space moved beyond lip service of these problems and voted to enact the American Clean Energy and Security Act. Paid for by Environmental Defense Action Fund and...