Tom Ewing’s Environmental

*  In early December USEPA published a notice requesting public comments on nominees to serve as special expert advisers to EPA’s Scientific Advisory Committee on Chemicals (SACC).  These experts, on standby, so to speak, are specialists on chemicals requiring Agency […]

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Tom Ewing’s Environmental Update

*  An anti-pipeline website contains the following quote: “Every pipeline project proposed has been permitted by FERC. None have been denied.”  I asked FERC: Is that true?  Reply: “No.”  Follow up: How about some examples, then, to rebut that claim, to […]

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Tom Ewing’s Environmental Update

*  DOE’s Biological and Environmental Research Advisory Committee (BERAC) announced its next meeting dates: October 18 & 19; the 2nd day is a half-day session, in Rockville, MD.  The BERAC meets two to three times each year.  It met last […]

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Tom Ewing’s Environmental Update

In its Sixth Assessment Cycle, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is producing three Special Reports: Ocean and Cryosphere in a Changing Climate, Global Warming of 1.5°C and Climate Change and Land as well as the main Working Group […]

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Tom Ewing’s Environmental Update

*  The Natural Gas STAR Methane Challenge Program is a voluntary EPA program, started in 2016, through which oil and natural gas companies commit to reducing methane emissions.  (While this methane focus is new, the overall energy STAR program started […]

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