Northern Plains says Pruitt wrong choice for EPA head

  Northern Plains says Pruitt wrong choice for EPA head In response to the United States Senate vote to approve the confirmation of Scott Pruitt to run the United States Environmental Protection Agency, Northern Plains Resource Council has the following statement: “Today, the Senate made the wrong choice for Montanans as well as Americans,” said […]

Forecasting Climate Change

As with anything in this world, it depends on whose opinion or observations you trust

Tim Fox panned over methane rule lawsuit

  Tim Fox panned over methane rule lawsuit   Today, the Montana Attorney General filed a lawsuit in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit against the EPA’s final New Source Performance Standards for the oil and gas industry. The suit attempts to block the standards which limit methane and other air pollution […]

Group Praises First Ever Nationwide Standards For Methane Pollution

    Group Praises First Ever Nationwide Standards For Methane Pollution   Today, The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) finalized the first nationwide safeguards limiting methane, smog-forming volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and toxic air pollutants such as benzene from new, reconstructed, or modified oil and gas infrastructure. The standards are projected to reduce 510,000 tons […]

Wyoming Landowner Wins Battle With EPA Over Stock Pond

  Wyoming Landowner Wins Battle With EPA Over Stock Pond By Burt Carey All Andy Johnson wanted was a small pond to provide water for his cattle. What he got was a $16 million fine from the Environmental Protection Agency. Johnson, a professional welder who owns a 9-acre cattle farm in Fort Bridger, Wyo., received […]

EPA Colorado Mine News is Ever-Changing

  EPA Colorado Mine News is Ever-Changing ~ by Amy Lignor What began as an “accident” made by the EPA in Denver, Colorado, has now opened a can of even more worms showing that the EPA, itself, actually had pre-knowledge that an environmental accident could occur in the first place during their project. For those […]

The Waters Run Dark for the Olympics

  The Waters Run Dark for the Olympics ~ Amy Lignor   The argument between the EPA and various governing bodies from the state of Colorado to the states of New Mexico, Arizona, Utah – you name it – has been taking over the headlines. This came about because of an EPA project to open […]

Nature Takes a Hit From its Own Protectors

  Nature Takes a Hit From its Own Protectors ~ Amy Lignor   The EPA makes mistakes? Don’t be silly… Oh, wait, what’s that people are seeing out their windows in Colorado and now New Mexico? It looks almost like the sun is setting over the river, sending a burning shade of orange onto the glassy […]