Neil Gormley, Attorney, Washington, D.C., Earthjustice: “[The emails show] that even OMB agreed with public health and environmental groups and EPA’s independent science advisers that EPA should have grappled with new information showing that the benefits of MATS are much greater than EPA estimated and the costs much lower.”
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Environmental Groups Join City of Richmond in Legal Fight to Phase Out Polluting Coal Dust from Shipping Terminal
Gussie Lord, Director of Tribal Partnerships, Earthjustice: “It’s based on these common-law trust principles, like when you’re holding someone else’s property in trust — you can’t just do anything you want with it. You have to take care of it, and preferably in the way the property owner wants.”
Alexis Andiman, Earthjustice attorney with the Sustainable Food & Farming Program, is a guest on the Animal Law Podcast, discussing Cape Fear River Watch v. United States Environmental Protection Agency, a lawsuit challenging the EPA’s guidelines for the amount of pollution that slaughterhouses are permitted to emit into waterways.
Emma Cheuse, Attorney, Washington, D.C.,Office, Earthjustice: “They’re trying to pull the rug out from under health-based science.”