36 Burst results for "Environmental Protection Agency"

Navajo man executed in federal prison despite tribal opposition

Native America Calling

03:55 min | 3 weeks ago

Navajo man executed in federal prison despite tribal opposition

"This is National Native News Antonio. Gonzales. The Navajo nation is demanding respect by the federal government saying it will not be pushed aside after the government executed a Navajo man Wednesday in Indiana, in a statement, the Navajo nation expressed sadness to all families involved and called on the government for a meeting to address the death penalty matter thirty, eight year old Lesbian Mitchell the only native American on death row was executed by lethal injection for the killing of a Navajo grandmother and granddaughter in two thousand, one, the tribe stood against the death penalty and instead ask for life sentence leaders of the Navajo nation say it's a sovereignty issue and the death. Penalty goes against cultural beliefs which were ignored by the federal government attorneys for Mitchell. In a statement said, the Federal Government added another chapter to its long history of injustices against native American people, and despite pleas from Navajo leaders, other tribes, native organizations the trump administration executed Mitchell a navajo man for a crime against other Navajo people committed on Navajo land the US. Supreme Court. Denied a request and letters for clemency were sent to President Trump by the national congress of American Indians Thirteen tribes more than two hundred and thirty individuals. The Indianapolis Star reports a statement read the execution from the victim's family said, they waited nineteen years for justice and. Hope. This would bring some closure. There were reportedly no witnesses on. Mitchell's behalf at the execution, the expansion of a British Columbia coal mine upstream of prominent lake and river. North, West Montana will undergo review from the Canadian government. Aaron Bolton reports project is an expansion of tech resources fording the river operation about one hundred miles north of the Montana candidate border data from the US Environmental Protection Agency and the US Geological Survey show that BBC minds are leaching high levels of selenium into the elk river, which is a tributary to Lake Kuchen USA and the Kootenai. River. In Montana and Idaho because the project was deemed an expansion, the provincial government. was set to conduct the Environmental Review. But Canada's Minister of Environment and Climate Change Jonathan Wilkinson issued a decision stating the project would undergo a more intensive federal review after receiving several requests to do so the confederated sailors and Kootenai tribes in Montana along with the Kootenai tribe of Idaho where the first to formally request at the project receiving environmental assessment from the Federal Canadian government confederated salish and Kootenai Department of Natural Resources Head Rich Johnson says Federal Review will apply more scrutiny to the project you know and and we just noticed that for many years the province of BC state of Montana and tech mining have separately and at times collectively. Promised to fix existing problems and for many years have failed to yield improvements to water quality in an emailed statement tech resources called Minister Wilkinson's decision unfortunate and said the provincial environmental review process is rigorous that decision comes as Montana is working to set a selenium standard by the end of the year in conjunction with British Columbia, although there's nothing preventing the provincial government from setting a more lenient. Standard or not setting one at all for national native, News. Erin. Bolton. Tribes in Texas and Louisiana are prepared for hurricane. Laura, the Kushtia tribe of Louisiana laid sandbags for high water and has prepared other emergency measures. The Tribes Casino closed Tuesday as surrounding communities are under evacuation orders. The Alabama shot tribe of Texas evacuated elders to Oklahoma ahead of the storm the category four hurricane hit Louisiana Thursday. I an Tony Allen.

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Fresh update on "environmental protection agency" discussed on The Harris Beach Podcast

The Harris Beach Podcast

00:37 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "environmental protection agency" discussed on The Harris Beach Podcast

"That was GONNA be my next question what agencies do regulate this environment and in what are those regulators doing to address pizzas What would an acceptable level look like can frame that for us? Joe. Sure I will just add one thing to add Vince said in terms of the concerns in Vince, his a scientist, and that's his background there there is an active plaintiff of in this area. There are several of the larger concerns and you know their names have paid significant judgments in the millions, hundreds of millions of dollars I believe in some cases in settlements and otherwise after verdicts for a determination or determinations that there were health effects and the health effects that have been identified include liver disease issues, reproductive problems. The data as evinced syndicated is not is far from categorical in terms of its conclusions, but there are. Concerns about cancer affects as well. So I would just add that plane aspire out there. That certainly has indicated that there are all kinds of issues. So we were here in New York The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has been is charged with addressing has substances and contaminants and chemicals. Of Concern it has issued various guidance documents as to. How to address, P fas- and P off calling it that for example, they issued a document is as late as January two thousand and twenty where they discuss out to assess these these contaminants and to federal level the United States Environmental Protection Agency is also looking into these things I'm saying that generally because neither the state of New York. Nor the Federal Government through the EPA have identified a maximum contaminant level for for before or pizzas I. My understanding is that there some of the states may be up, you know maybe doing that as we speak but at this point New York does not have that nor does the federal government. The other issue worth identifying here is that New York is. Were we are seeing a pass appear in all kinds of soils and groundwater and in water supplies and that's caused all kinds of issues and concerns, and so New York is also attempting to to deal with it from the standpoint of naturalist contaminant levels at cleanup sites. But what level would be safe in water supplies and that has been a real problem because. There is concern even though the jury is still out on the the health effects there has been all kinds of concerns raised, and so we're talking about from a regulatory perspective both DC, and EPA are looking at. A regulating in the parts per trillion level, which at some point I task the level of the ability to collect the data EPA at one point. I think in the February their February update was talking about assessing he us in in groundwater and other media at seventy or seventy seven parts per trillion. New York has talking about a ten parts per trillion on new. York is also looking at which is really to some degree unprecedented and his really a concerned everyone's concerned about the health impacts but from a regulatory perspective on that is that is a concern for the regulated community. Your thing that New York is doing is they are requiring those people who are doing cleanups. Under New, York, state superfund program, or otherwise to go back and task for P. Facet Bafoa has caused some consternation among regulated community because you these sites that have been. Subject to consent orders or subject to a settlement of some kind where know specific specific testing regimen sampling regimen was prescribed and cleanup was prescribed and now DC has come back and said, gee we want you to task for P. S. he follow up the concern..

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Brazil's Environmentalists Worry Fire Season Will Worsen Amazon's Deforestation

Environment: NPR

04:00 min | Last month

Brazil's Environmentalists Worry Fire Season Will Worsen Amazon's Deforestation

"A year ago, there was an international outcry over his surge in the number of fires in the Brazilian Amazon. Now, as fire season gets underway there, the rainforest is facing the threat of even more destruction in the first ten days of this month more than ten thousand fires were detected NPR's Philip. Reeve says that number's up from last year? Fosse's in the Amazon is off to a terrible start. Brazil's environmentalists worried it's president is not thoroughfares starting. Yard Four. Judah. Story that Amazon is going up in flames is alive says Boston. We must combat this with true numbers. He says, the numbers that Boston auto dismisses the Lai come from satellite data collected by Brazil's space research agency. These show fires in the first ten days of this month are up on the same time last year by seventeen percent. There's also plenty of evidence on the ground them European neo a scenario. Dave. Dave still being. Bunch English Niche Flavio Terracini lives in Porta value a city in the Amazon state of from Bonia he teaches biology local university Tennessee on his porch when NPR reaches him by WHATSAPP, all signal and the key advice you fall off came on the forest, the Muslim. He says, he's holding pieces of burned leaves in his hand drifted in from the forest. He can see a lot of smoke on the horizon. He says, it's making the some red here in on a pool. There are fires all around us ash is falling in our homes or Richard Doug, every year Jane Dwyer is an American born Catholic nun who's taken Brazilian nationality. On Apu is a small town in the forest by a river that eventually flows into the Amazon. She's been there for decades helping impoverished farmers protect their land rights. Sister Dwyer says, the fires there haven't yet reached frightening levels but what is frightening is that the forest is coming now she's talking about illegal loggers even pandemic that cutting down trees dwyer says, she can hear them. We can hear it. We live where where the road is they take down in during the day and at night, the trucks are going every single night last August was the worst month for five is in the Brazilian Amazon in nearly a decade. Many of these are deliberately set by farmers clearing already deforested land for cattle. Deforestation rose in the twelve months to July third on the year before. So this Moorland to burn. International pressure on both NATO is growing foreign investors a threatening to pull funds from Brazil unless he does a far better job of protecting the forest most scenario is defending his government's performance Nasi you. And? We're doing a tremendous amount. He says. He punched to the fact that deforestation dipped for the month of July in May Boston narrow sent thousands of troops to the forest to help police it. It's too soon to save. That's making a difference since taking office Bolsonaro has weakened government environmental protection agencies. And the Alan Carr of the Amazon Environmental Research Institute believes the army lacks the expertise to protect the Amazon. We have institutions that have been dealing with the have a strategy to that. So when you give that job to another institution, it seems like it has to start everything again with the willed focused on the corona virus pandemic environmentalists fair the destruction in the Amazon won't get the attention. It deserves sister Jane thinks in her part of the forest this year it'll be even worse areas where there's more far coming down this year than last. So the fires will be worse put breeze NPR news reddish

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Trump Administration Rolls Back Obama-Era Restrictions On Methane Emissions

Environment: NPR

03:37 min | Last month

Trump Administration Rolls Back Obama-Era Restrictions On Methane Emissions

"Today the trump administration rolled back another environmental rule. This one was aimed at reducing climate warming methane emissions. The oil and gas industry is the largest source of those emissions in the US and get some big oil companies wanted to keep the rule in place NPR's Jeff Brady's covering this story. Jeff Hi, Ari. Why did the Obama Administration create this rule in the first place about methane emissions back in two thousand, sixteen it there's a lot of concern about methane. It's the main ingredient in natural gas and when it's burned, it's cleaner than other fossil fuels. But when it escapes into the atmosphere unburned safe from a leaky valve at a well drilling site, it's a very potent greenhouse gas it. Has More than eighty times the climate warming power of Carbon Dioxide over the first twenty years it's in the atmosphere. So under the Obama Administration, the Environmental Protection Agency required oil and gas companies to monitor and limit methane leaks, I to newer wells, and eventually to thousands of wells installed before twenty fifteen Also, that's by some oil companies. especially smaller ones oppose the rule they said. It's too costly. Now, the trump administration deciding with US companies and rolling back the requirement it says that they'll save those companies up to about nineteen million dollars. A year in compliance costs is the flip side of that cost saving an acceptance that methane emissions are gonNA rise. Yeah. Yeah. you know the the administration echoes and industry argument says oil companies have an incentive to stop. Methane from leaking because that's the product that they sell, and the industry already has a voluntary program to reduce methane emissions The administration also says the Obama EPA rule that they say it was duplicative they say methane can already be regulated under other rules but environmentalists methane is such a problem that it needs special attention. Here's a Peter Zahle South with the Group Environmental Defense, fund? Reducing methane emissions. Is One of the fastest whammos, low cost and most effective ways that we can combat climate change in the near term, and he says, there are side benefits to that old rule that the Obama administration had had passed because it also reduces other pollution that harms people's health. That's what we would expect to hear from an environmental group. But explain why some big oil companies also want to stick with the twenty sixteen rule even if it does cost the money to comply. Yeah and these are companies names we recognize Exxon Mobil BP shell they have a lot invested in natural gas and they worry if methane leaks continue to be a problem that could undermine their arguments that natural gas is a cleaner burning fossil fuel than say coal the president of Shell in the US Gretchen Watkins told us in a statement that she finds it frustrating and disappointing. The Administration is rolling back these regulations, her companies and others plan to continue their efforts to reduce methane emissions and some. States also have their own programs underway. So states and big companies are still focused on stopping these leaks is the trump administration's robot going to have much of an effect. It likely will especially because there won't be that requirement to go back and stop leaks at older wells Environmental Defense Fund calculates. The effect would be about the same as adding greenhouse gas emissions from one hundred coal fired power plants every year by rolling back these these these regulations. But there are two caveats here. One is the rollback will be challenged in court and second if Joe Biden wins in November and Democrats take control of the Senate, this nothing rule could be reversed again NPR's Jeff Brady thank you. Thank

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6 former EPA bosses call for agency reset after election

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | Last month

6 former EPA bosses call for agency reset after election

"A dozen former leaders of the Environmental Protection Agency say the department needs to hit the reset button after 3.5 years of the Trump Administration six or supporting a plan written by the Environmental Protection Network, a bipartisan group of more than 500 former EPA senior managers and employees. Changes they're recommending include minimizing industry and political influence on science based decisions, combating climate change and cutting air pollution with electric vehicles. The proposals are in line with complaints about the Trump Administration, which says it has been rolling back rules without increasing risk to public health. Or the environment. My camp in Washington

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Lack of study and oversight raises concerns about tear gas

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last month

Lack of study and oversight raises concerns about tear gas

"The use of tear gas on demonstrators during police violence protests around the country has raised concerns about its safety Justin what France while publishes an alternative newspaper in Charlotte North Carolina he was live streaming a protest there on June second and was in a crowd of demonstrators when police son leased a volley of tear gas when I got my face on fire mas empire Charlotte Mecklenburg deputy police chief Jeff Estes says tear gas can be an effective way to control the crowd and protect officers I don't think it is the last decided where we have our control agents to use which are less less lethal there irritants are that we should have to resort to shields and sticks but Oregon congressman Earl Blumenauer once the environmental protection agency to investigate the use safety and oversight of tear gas on my campus

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EPA aviation climate control proposal

Airplane Geeks Podcast

03:55 min | Last month

EPA aviation climate control proposal

"First story comes from manufacturing dot net US says, it will adopt gradual climate standards for aviation. That's a line that kind of sparks some interest. Given the history with maybe the the European views of airplane emissions compared to. Well, the United States and some other countries as well. So what we have here, his the EPA, the environmental. Protection Agency has proposed new aircraft emissions regulations he and some people are criticizing them in other applauding them. Well, this proposal adopts the twenty seventeen emission standards from. The International Civil Aviation Organization. So Boeing and the Airlines for America Trade Group welcomed the proposal. Meanwhile environmental groups and even the EPA itself said that the proposed regulations would really have no meaningful effect. This is. Kind of frustrating I. Love Our current climate where we? Excuse the Pun where where the regulatory agency issuing the regulations is saying it's probably not the best thing that we've done, but here it is anyway I just. Kind of exasperating. Well, it is. It is the representative from the center for Biological Diversity. Had An interesting comment. that. Rip said they are literally just ANTIBAC- sliding provision. They don't require anyone to improve. They just say when doing stuff don't make it worse. Yes, but then you get credit for having done something even if you didn't well, I also that that I think that's the motto of Tonight's episode is we're doing stuff. Don't make it worse. Well, we should mention how much they are planning to reduce it They said that they plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions for new aircraft by four percent over twelve years. So that's one percent what every three years. I don't know from just kind of engineering standpoint. That's very, very really little improvement in efficiency and I would think that just by occasionally burning a little biofuel, they can nail that one, another perspective I, it comes from the hill which reports that an analysis from the International Council on clean. Transportation. Found that most airlines in the United States covering more than three quarters of Asian demand already meet the K. KO standards. So, we don't WanNA get into politics. But here, here's some proposed regulations that. You know one group of individuals say don't have any teeth whatsoever. Their lines for America a a is commenting that this is nice. Balanced approach that kind of Addresses all the concerns but So. There we have it. It is just a proposal. I, don't know what the process is to Go forward with this, but it is a proposal, notice a of no, our PM's NPR 'em no. Yeah I I. Don't know. I don't know how the EPA does. I don't know if they do the same way. The FAA does that being? Developed briefly make that would possibly make sense. But that doesn't probably isn't how to happen.

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Should You Add Mineral Water to Your Diet?

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

04:39 min | 2 months ago

Should You Add Mineral Water to Your Diet?

"Hello there. I'm Monica Reindel and you're listening to the nutrition diva podcast welcome this week. We're talking about the nutritional benefits of drinking mineral water. You know a lot of people are concerned that fruits and vegetables are less nutritious than they used to be. Because they've heard that. The soil has become depleted of minerals I address that concern back in episode number ninety seven. If you'd like to check that out, but suffice it to say, I don't think we need to worry about declining mineral levels in our produce. However, mineral-water still sounds like a good idea sort of like a vitamin supplement. You can drink, so are their health benefits to drinking mineral water. Are there any risks? I. You should know that you're probably already getting some minerals in your regular drinking water, because most tap water contains minerals for example. If you drink two liters of water a day, you be getting ten to fifteen percent of your daily calcium requirement and up to a third of your required magnesium, just from the water that you drink or that you use in your tea and coffee, but the amount of minerals in tap water in different regions varies greatly. As I talked about in my article on water contamination. If you're on a public water system here in the United States, you should get a report every summer, which details your water quality including mineral levels as well as any contaminants that have been found. It's often included with your water bill now. If you're a renter, you'll probably never see these reports. You can look up your local water quality report on the Environmental Protection Agency's website and have linked to that in our show notes. Checking. Your water quality report can give you a good idea of how high in minerals your local water supply is. Now I realized. Not all of you are in the United. States and most countries have agencies that provide similar information. If you're not in the US try doing an internet search using your country along with the phrase, drinking, water quality, and again I've included links to several of these agencies in the show notes for today. Even the modest amounts of minerals founded regular drinking water play a beneficial role in your health, calcium and magnesium are important for strong bones of course and magnesium also helps to regulate your blood pressure. In fact, people who live in areas with very hard water, which is very high in minerals, have a reduced risk of heart, disease and hard water. That's high in magnesium has also been found to relieve constipation. However all those minerals can also be rough on your plumbing, so people who have hard water often use a water softening system to remove those minerals, so if you're using a water softener to lower the mineral content of your water than obviously you would not get the health benefits associated with hard water. If you suspect or you know that you're drinking. Water is low in minerals. Could mineral water be a good thing to add to your diet? Well, it might bottled mineral water contains four times as much calcium and magnesium as regular tap water, and one study found that people drinking water was low in magnesium were able to lower their blood pressure by drinking a leader of mineral water every day. Of course there are other ways to get magnesium brown rice almonds, Lima beans and spinach are all examples of good sources of magnesium, but drinking mineral water can definitely add to your intake of calcium, magnesium and other minerals, and I have a related episode in the archives, and why you need more magnesium in your diet. Now, not all bottled water is mineral water. Some bottled water simply filtered or distilled tap water, often with small amounts of minerals added back in to enhance the taste. Some bottled water does come from a natural source such as spring, but it still may not be high enough in minerals to be considered true mineral water, the technical definition of mineral water vary somewhat around the world here in the United. States in order to be labeled as mineral water, it must come from a natural source such as a spring, and it must also have at least two hundred fifty parts per million of dissolved minerals and. And that translates to these two hundred and fifty milligrams of minerals, including sodium per liter

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"environmental protection agency" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:33 min | 2 months ago

"environmental protection agency" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Up 69 S and P Up 32 House committee today moved to reverse the Trump administration regulation at the EPA. But some say the limits the scientific evidence available to the agency when it creates policies. It's called officially the strengthening transparency in regulatory science rule offering today's amendment before the House Appropriations Committee Democratic Congressman David Price The amendment would prohibit the Environmental Protection Agency from using any funding to enact or enforce their so called strengthening transparency and regulatory science rule First promulgated in 2018 and supplemented in March of this year. This rule would place new crippling limits on much studies. Khun Be utilized when EPA crashed New regulations rules part of a dangerous pattern of attempts by this administration to silence scientists and to throw up Barriers to regulations that benefit the environment on our public health think it's fair to say that science scientists and scientific associations across the country opposed this rule. Even the zone Science Advisory Board opposes the rule, which shows us that it really comes from the agency's political appointees. The rule would be unfeasible to implement and would prevent the inclusion of any studies containing Sensitive health information, proprietary industry data and non producer bubble studies on human made or natural disasters. Which, of course, the data on those things are often non reproducible Congressman David Price during an Appropriations Committee markup. Opposing his amendment. Republican David Joyce. Oppose the gentleman's amendment, which seeks to undermine the administration's efforts to ensure that the regulatory science underlying EPA is actions is fully transparent and publicly available in a manner sufficient for independent validation has taken measures to ensure that the rule protect confidential proprietary and personal information in the agency has provided ample time for the science advisory board members of Congress and other stakeholders to participate in the rulemaking process in way in how this rule can be improved. The agency Committed to addressing many outstanding concerns and comments from the recent comment period as possible as it works to finalize the rule. We should let this rule go through the standard rulemaking process, I.

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EPA approves use of Lysol surface disinfectant products against COVID-19

Dave Ramsey

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

EPA approves use of Lysol surface disinfectant products against COVID-19

"For the first time, the Environmental Protection Agency has approved two products as effective, killing the virus that causes covert 19. Here's ABC struck secrets in the EPA says Lysol Disinfectant Spray and Lysol disinfectant Max cover missed have proven they kill the Corona virus on surfaces. Up to now, EPA is listed products as effective based on reviewing data on how the product performs against other viruses. But these are the 1st 2 with successful tests against the current pandemic

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US judge bars California cancer warning on Roundup

Dan Proft

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

US judge bars California cancer warning on Roundup

"California cannot require cancer warning label on the weed killer roundup the San Francisco Chronicle says a judge in Sacramento issued a permanent injunction barring the label requirement California wanted the label because roundup the world's most widely used weedkiller contains a black Mercedes which in the international agency said was a probable cause of cancer but the judge says the environmental protection agency and others have found no connection to cancer he says evidence indicates it is a known

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As EPA Steps Back, States Face Wave Of Requests For Environmental Leniency

Environment: NPR

03:44 min | 3 months ago

As EPA Steps Back, States Face Wave Of Requests For Environmental Leniency

"Hundreds of factories, refineries, farms and mines across the country say they cannot comply with environmental regulations because of the pandemic. This is according to an NPR review of hundreds of state environmental records. Those records show that companies have asked for a wide range of special permission during this pandemic including things like delaying checking for leaks in storage tanks and measuring pollution from smokestacks and pure science reporter Rebecca Hersher is here to talk about this, Becky, hi, there. Okay, so industry is saying there's a pandemic. We need some special allowances here. What exactly are we talking about? Well, it's a real drag. Some of the issues are relatively minor like submitting an annual report late, but I also found a fair number of substantial requests, mostly from industries that release a lot of pollution like landfills have been asking states to relax pollution monitoring rules hog farms have asked for permission to house extra animals, because meatpacking plants per temporary closed and oil and gas companies ask for states back off and enforcement of a wide range of environmental regulations. I mean, be understand why an oil or gas company has trouble being able to check for pollution because of a pandemic. Well there are a couple of reasons. Navy furloughs get in the way like if employees who usually right in filed pollution appurtenant working because of the pandemic, another reason the companies gave is that a lot of pollution monitoring is done by outside contractors and they were trying to limit people coming onto facilities because of the virus. We know these details, though because a small number of states make them public, but another problem here is that no one is systematically keeping track of these types of nationwide requests. no-one keeps an eye on. Who On these industries and with? They're asking for right now. Why is that? Well in March? The Environmental Protection Agency the EPA put out a pandemic policy that said companies don't need to warn federal regulators if they feel like the pandemic interfering with routine pollution, monitoring or testing instead, they said states could keep track of that information if they choose to. The EPA says, this is out, works it partners with states, and that is how a lot of environmental regulation. Regulation works although former EPA officials say this policy gives industries a lot of leeway now some states are doing this kind of tracking, but I've found that most kids don't publish any information about which companies say. The pandemic is getting in the way, and that means most Americans who live near factories refineries farms. They have no way to know whether the pandemic is causing extra pollution. I mean that kind of uncertainty is is a big problem for for people who live near these sorts of facilities I would imagine. Especially for people who live downstream or down wind of facilities that have have violated environmental laws in the past on a found a fair number of examples like this, so for example there's a minor Indiana in early April, the mine said it was releasing wastewater with high levels of ammonia and small particles, because they were cleaning buildings with a lot of bleach to kill the virus that same mino ins repeatedly violated the clean water act passed by releasing water with two small particles in it and I talked to a local resident who lives downstream. He was really frustrated. John Blair. The air pollution is visible. The water pollution is less visible and you know I mean almost anything could be blamed on the virus I suppose. Now. The state told the mind to stop releasing water with titles, Manja and many of the requests I looked at were denied, but the only reason we know about that interaction is because Indiana published a publicly in most states are not doing which means most Americans are in the dark. Pure science reporter Rebecca Hersher. Becky thanks for that reporting. Thanks so

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Court Ruling On Popular Weedkiller Dicamba Upends Midwestern Agriculture

Environment: NPR

02:13 min | 3 months ago

Court Ruling On Popular Weedkiller Dicamba Upends Midwestern Agriculture

"A federal court has rebuked the Environmental Protection Agency and declared that it is no longer legal to spray. One of the country's most widely used herbicides. It's causing turmoil in mid Western agriculture NPR's Dan Charles has the story. Four years ago, the gave farmers a green light to expand their use of a Weedkiller, cold dyke, Cambe they started spraying it on new varieties of soybeans that had been genetically modified to tolerate the chemical, and from the beginning. It's been hugely controversial. Steve Smith is chairman of the save our crops coalition, which was set up to fight die Cambe. Problem is the chemistry of this product. It doesn't stay where it's supposed to. It sometimes evaporates and drifts into neighboring fields, orchards damage has been reported on millions of acres of other crops mostly soybeans. It was predicted. Predictable what the outcome would be! Several environmental groups sued the EPA saying that the agency violated the law by re approving those uses of Dot Cambe two years ago. And last Wednesday a Federal Circuit Court agreed revoked the EPA's decision. It was early evening in Illinois and Jean Pain President of the Illinois Fertilizer and Chemical Association outside grilling dinner. She came inside discovered dozens of messages on her phone. Everybody had questions what it means. Can I still use Dyke Cambe what is going on? That decision has thrown pains world into chaos, because we are in the middle of soybean production season in largest soybean state in the united. States, most soybeans in the country are now die. Cambe tolerant farmers ready to spray it. But in Illinois Minnesota and South Dakota pains, says state officials have been clear. The court's decision is the law guys. You need to quit using this. Other states are like Iowa have told farmers. It's still okay to spray die camp. Tells them not to. The EPA took several days to respond to the court's decision. Late on, Monday, it issued an order that bans any further sale of these specific dot com products, but the agency also says if farmers in professional applicators have already bought die, Cambe, they don't have to return it. They can spray it instead. Dan Charles NPR news.

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Donald Trump weakens environmental regulations with new executive order

First Light

00:25 sec | 3 months ago

Donald Trump weakens environmental regulations with new executive order

"President trump has signed an executive order to speed up the buildings of highways and other major projects by scaling back environmental reviews under special powers he has taken during the corona virus emergency separately the trump run environmental protection agency has formally proposed overhauling how the agency evaluates new rules on air pollutants a move critics say will make it tougher to an act limits on dangerous and climate changing emissions in the future

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Buildup of non-flushable wipes and PPE in wastewater at an all time high

The KFBK Morning News

00:17 sec | 3 months ago

Buildup of non-flushable wipes and PPE in wastewater at an all time high

"This morning we have an epidemic of wipes and masks in sewers and storm drains in America U. S. cities and rural communities U. S. EPA that's the environmental protection agency have reported and they are issuing similar please because waste water plant operators report a surge of stopped up pipes and

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U.S. Interior official used office for personal gain

Jeff Katz

00:21 sec | 4 months ago

U.S. Interior official used office for personal gain

"Say a senior trump administration official misused his office for private gain by capitalizing on his government connections to help get his son in law hired at the environmental protection agency the interior department's office of inspector general says assistant interior secretary Douglas dominates used his position to induce a senior in a PA official to help the sun will get

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States, cities challenge Trump mileage standards rollback

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

States, cities challenge Trump mileage standards rollback

"Nearly two dozen states and several cities have filed a legal challenge to the trump administration's rollback of Obama era mileage standards they argue that science backed up the old regulations they're asking a federal appeals court to review the actions of the US environmental protection agency the department of transportation and its national highway traffic safety administration coalition of environmental groups also filed a similar petition with the court the new mileage standards require automakers to achieve one point five percent annual increases in fuel efficiency the Obama era standards call for five percent annual increases and was seen as the government's most forceful initiative against climate changing fossil fuel emissions a spokesperson calls the trump administration's standards sensible

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States, cities challenge Trump mileage standards rollback

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:53 sec | 4 months ago

States, cities challenge Trump mileage standards rollback

"Nearly two dozen states and several cities have filed a legal challenge to the trump administration's rollback of Obama era mileage standards they argue that science backed up the old regulations they're asking a federal appeals court to review the actions of the US environmental protection agency the department of transportation and its national highway traffic safety administration coalition of environmental groups also filed a similar petition with the court the new mileage standards require automakers to achieve one point five percent annual increases in fuel efficiency the Obama era standards call for five percent annual increases and was seen as the government's most forceful initiative against climate changing fossil fuel emissions an EPA spokesperson calls the trump administration's standards sensible and says they strike the right regulatory balance the administration also claims less expensive cars will save lives by encouraging people to buy newer safer vehicles

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Looking for Rome; The End of Ice; Earth Day

Travel with Rick Steves

06:29 min | 4 months ago

Looking for Rome; The End of Ice; Earth Day

"It took a decade for Americans to take Rachel Carson seriously. In her book silent Spring She described the dangerous carcinogenic pesticides to the Environment. End To our health. It's bird the. Us government to create the Environmental Protection Agency and banning DT use in North America and much of the world got underway. Today we're experiencing a new form of silent. Spring with the spread of the novel Corona Virus as well as the accelerating effects of climate change on the planet. Maybe these are all signs that Mother Nature is upset with us up mountain climbing journalists Djamil. Cautions us that we're running out of time to get serious about our impact on the natural world? He'll tell us why in just a bit. Let's start today's travel. With Rick. Steves with fresh look at one of the world's most celebrated cities Rome. Francesca Caruso specializes in uncovering the layers of Roman history for visitors. She's with us to point out. What's behind the sites? We see so. We can view Roma's our city to treasure as well. Francesca Buongiorno. Kayak Francesca every day. You take groups around Rome like an evangelist of art appreciation. I've been following you for twenty years this way and it just your fresh now as you were when I first met you as far as your teaching mission. What is your mission as a teacher of travelers in Rome mission to make Rome accessible because I understand that it can be overwhelming. And what do you do with two thousand years of history? What do you do if two thousand years of art? So it's really giving some ideas on how to navigate it how to make sense of. What does it mean? What does it mean to us today? Wonderful classroom well. It's not a bad office to have. Now what are the big challenges? I mean it's it's hot. It's crowded people don't know their history What are the challenges of this? I mean it's becoming more and more crowded yes. The summer's getting very hot. But I think we have to stand that these things don't explain themselves that it's not true that if you stare at a painting or you look at broken columnists going to tell you what it means so we need a little bit of help. We need a few ideas. How do I look at things with the ancient ruins? Look like when they were intact for example so was a few ideas. We can do that. So when you're doing your work. Are there moments when you feel like yes? I've I've really connected and this person has been opened up to the wonder of what I've loved for years. It's a moment the SA- crossing the threshold at some moment. When you see that look in their eyes that they're right there and sometimes I invite them to remember to think of themselves at home packing their suitcases before coming to Rome and ask him think of where you are now the real thing and the real place think about this and as he that they look around themselves they do these moments. I mean now. Travelers can enter the coliseum through. What do you call it? The gladiator entrance on the stern entrance. And you're on the arena on the floor and you can hear the crowds and you can see the wild animals and BSE. Imagine nation is absolutely ignited finding moments though as a teacher. I mean anybody could just walk through some Gaetan look at the Coliseum on the inside it must be nice for you to able to have an entry that makes sense for the story that you're trying to tell. The story is the part I. I don't think you know after twenty years of talking about these things. I think that it's not so much the stones in themselves as was the stones have to say I mean the idea that the stones carry cultures carry stories that but we can think about and we can understand the past but we can also understand ourselves and having a conversation with those stories for you in other words the art can actually be more than just enjoying something fascinating or beautiful it can have meaning can have important the cost the coliseum. I mean the colosseum is bricks. Stones was the colosseum as a place of violence as a place of politics. It's a place where there is ethical moral issue that comes up with his. It mean that these people went to watch death all day long so it becomes a an occasion to reflect on the use of violence and propaganda. That so interesting because a lot of people go. Oh those Romans I mean arena. That's the word is sand right to soak up the blood. Absolute that's why it's called an arena because Covered with sand. So all the bloodshed on the opening celebration of the Coliseum. How many animals were slaughtered? Has Nine thousand or something like that? I always recommend working with perception to also think okay violence. But what if they'd been ancient Roman sitting in the audience and I saw my first lion never having seen a photograph line on knowing what a line looks like a lion pounces out of the floor for the first time. Two thousand years ago without zoos and circuses documentaries would that meant so we can put ourselves in the shoes of people of the past. It creates a different understanding history and culture. We don't need to be quite so judgmental and we also have to remember. What are the top selling movies for us? You know. They're the shoot? 'em Up the Schwarzenegger movies on this kind of stuff. The the wrestling the car racing everybody waiting for a crash. I mean there's a lot of consistency between twenty first century and two thousand years ago might challenge as a tour guide. And I would imagine you're too is helping people see things in that context. I mean today we go to Roman. It's a modern city sitting on the ruins of a city that used to have a million people. There were a million people in Rome two thousand years ago. How do we envision that? How do we appreciate pass key? But the imagination needs to be informed so if I say that Roma's the first city in the West that reach the population of a million that an antiquity was the most populated city on the planet. And there will never be a million people in a European city again after Roman to London in the eighteen hundreds there you can start thinking that and then you start saying well. What did it mean to provide clean water food housing to over a million people two thousand years ago with did it look like and then you're there all of a sudden you're there and you're thinking like them and you don't bring your baggage of perceptions of moral codes and ethics but you're thinking like a Roman and then that's the transformative aspect of travel that you can be in the shoes of another person of another time might challenge and I just love? This is to not look at it from yeah. I've been there done that. I've seen it on TV. I saw that movie. You know from the twenty. Oh we've got taller buildings or whatever put yourself in the context and then you go. Wow they had a sewer system for a million people. They brought in water for a million people. They cooked bread for a million people there. Rick it happens if you're on the other side of the world and you didn't know book it's one thing if you're in place and you can imagine you can think you can reflect. You can feel are things that can happen if you're that to not happen. Otherwise is doors open as he's Windows. That opens a comprehension. Remember we talked about once fell to The Catholic pilgrim to walk into Saint Peter's for the first time for one hundred years ago. It's that idea of putting ourselves in the eyes in the shoes of travelers on the past

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EPA Grants First Permit to Test Genetically Modified Mosquitoes in Houston, Florida Keys

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:51 sec | 5 months ago

EPA Grants First Permit to Test Genetically Modified Mosquitoes in Houston, Florida Keys

"The U. S. environmental protection agency has granted permission for genetically engineered mosquitoes to be released in the Florida Keys and around Houston to see if they can help limit the spread of mosquito borne illnesses the British biotech company Oxitec limited was granted an experimental use permit to release of genetically engineered type of the skill species known to be associated with the Sikh of virus and viruses that cause yellow fever besides the EPA's office of chemical safety and pollution Oxitec must get state and local approval before it can start field testing but if granted testing will take place over a two year period in Monroe County Florida starting this summer and in Harris County Texas beginning in twenty twenty one when genetically engineered males are released into the field they mate with wild female mosquitoes with only male mosquitoes able to survive the population decrease suse as the gene spreads

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"environmental protection agency" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"environmental protection agency" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

"Today's episode originally aired back in February. It's one of our favorites so he's he missed it. We thought would give you another chance to listen. I mean how how how long have you covered e._p._A.. So I'd never it's funny. People keep saying I cover the E._p._A.. And it's never something I've ever sought to do. <hes> and I've never thought of myself as somebody who covers the E._p._a.. What Suzanne Rust sought to do years? AGO was become a scientist I she worked as a biologist at fishery but now she's a reporter at the L._A.. Times where yeah she covers the Environmental Protection Agency. What I've covered is the way I like to think about? It is industries role on science. It's an environmental policy and that happens to end up a lot in the E._p._a.. The scientific method still govern Suzanne's work. She thinks about cause and effect. They're all of these influences around us toxins or climate or air pollution pollution that affect all of us at very fundamental level.

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"environmental protection agency" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"environmental protection agency" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Environmental Protection Agency are both onsite Kim. Glovas, KYW NewsRadio. It's time for traffic and weather on the twos. Let's head over to the twenty four hour traffic center with Andy Anderson. Thank you so much, my friend. And we are taking a look around town. We've still got plenty going on here, not much in the way of. And that's all right. We're still seeing a little bit of slow go as you take that vine expressway westbound ramp to the Schuylkill Seventy-six. Westbound speeds are going to drop down about twenty miles an hour or so things do start to straighten hours, you get up by spring garden, also now, seeing a little bit of a crowd. Eastbound on the Schuylkill looks like starting right around. Gerard heading down again towards the vine, no surprise everyone trying to get an in and out of the city construction-wise that's going to be the rule of thumb for the evening. King of Prussia to both directions between town centre road and king circle that will have construction in place. Overnight also taking a look Mealey's furniture jam Cam four twenty two eastbound, right? Near limit. You still going to find that right lane closed on for construction. It's been that way. Most of the day, it looks like they're going to keep it in for quite a while longer turnpike. The easy pass only exit for route twenty nine which is exit. Number three twenty. It is closed. You can get on there. but you can't get off of the turnpike they're just follow the detour gonna keep that in overnight also northeast extension heading southbound approaching the mid-county tolls left lane is closed overnight in concord ville route once baltimore pike between cheney road and brinton lake road you're gonna find flagging crews out with overnight construction next update in less than ten minutes in the k._y._w. twenty four hour traffic center andy anderson andy thank you very much now let's go to the eyewitness weather five day forecast bouncer by pierce films and your local carrier dealers your c._b._s. three meteorologist matt peterson.

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"environmental protection agency" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

10:44 min | 1 year ago

"environmental protection agency" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"He is on the board of directors of the California college of natural medicine as well. Welcome back to coast to coast. His latest book is what's in your blood and why you should care. Interesting topic are all welcome thank Georgia, by the way. I have to tell you my son Evan is an avid listener. So you want me to say Hello to your. He he loves your show. You thank him at night. Appreciate that. Indeed. How many books out now sixty four gosh where was the vitamin bible in that number one? That's what I thought about forty years ago. Updated five times, and that was the first one remember doing the show with you many years ago back in Saint Louis, and that's what puts you on the map that book. That's right. But the welcome back. You know, a lot of people take it for take. For granted. Earl what's in our blood? Why is it so important? Well, let's be realistic. The bloodstream is I like to call it the oil in your car. I'm gonna have to have people will spend anything they have good that while to change the oil when it comes to blood, though, it changes all the time and interesting that the Environmental Protection Agency in two thousand and ten said, there's this is unbelievable. Three point nine seven billion pounds. Of toxic chemicals, or in our environment. Like heavy metal. Right sectocide herbicides prescription drugs. Not Georgia finding that prescription drugs in fish, small flushes through right, exactly. Right. Cosmetic attitudes and all these things can cause headaches fatigue, poor memory pain. Even GI I this discomfort. So we should be very I think interested in what's our blood ended up keeping as healthy as possible. I it seems that Monsanto is getting slapped all over the place with this glyphosate that they had in the roundup weed killer good. We're juries are beginning to say cancer cancer cancer. Should I mean, it's about time? We started realizing these pesticides and resides are everywhere. But it's not only external we'll see what people don't understand is these environmental things are also indoors because we spend most of our time indoors as well as outdoors. But. All I can tell you is if you wanna have a a healthy immune system, which is probably the most important thing for the defense. It's your body's defense against any in the incoming diseases like bacteria things you wanna have a good bus system. Fifty seven years ago, a marine biologist and author by the name of Rachel Carson. She's not with us anymore wrote a book called silent spring where she pointed out that we are being subjected to a number of dangerous chemicals. She was way ahead of the curve. No doubt about it. I remember when I came out as a matter of fact, it was really something that no one talked about George. There's a an island. I supposedly has Perrodin Isla of plastic and other junk in the ocean that is. Cumulated and people say well big deal, the plastic. Well, the plastics even in some of the containers water containers, actually leaches into the water. So you make sure that when you buy any of these Barbara Walters. It is free of these PCB's. The other chemical point we are being bombarded by all these chemical. I tell people go into a grocery store and pick up one of these processed food products and look at twenty or thirty different chemicals. The product have them you can't you can't even pronounce it. You don't understand? So we are being bombarded from infancy, right? Every any every minute with all these toxic chemicals. Hurler we killing ourselves. George. I really feel. We are. And I'll tell you why. I mentioned one of my books called healing with MC BDO then in nineteen thirty seven our government prohibited. The. Basically, the cultivation and growing of hemp. Now, what does that mean? Well, see before that this country. Elaine from George Washington and Thomas Jefferson, they grew up, and they said it to their farm animals. So we were getting happen. Could CD in the in the milk from dairy cows. We were getting it from the chickens, livestock and meat and all of a sudden ninety thirty seven boom. It was illegal. What that meant was that I feel we are avid depriving our human diet of this metro product that is makes a difference in the sense that it's calmer. You feel calmer. Fifteen people have problem sleeping shorts. I mean, that's probably your show but keep him awake. In general, we are not a healthy nation. We're way down the list for most countries that really kind of a frightening thing is in the last couple of years are the. Life expectancy drops not very much. But it's dropped the last two years in a row which hasn't happened for. I don't know. Twenty thirty years we've got negative or positive negative positive be negative be positive AB negative positive on both positive negative positive be negative be positive AB negative positive. Why do we have all these different blood type up the carbon dioxide and think it's a little lungs word is it's excreted, mclovin. Which basically. Return, say carbon dioxide and waste products. Back to the lungs maintains the state of the red blood cells white blood cells there the army. They're the front army that any invading bacteria or toxic substance. They go for them. And you you need a lot of healthy white blood cells the counteract the problem, they have these things called platelets. They're tiny disc shaped cells that are freely flowing, but if they get sticky and clump together, and they get near the brain. You have what we call a stroke. That's right or maybe even a heart attack. Right. If you getting here the hard you get a heart attack. So you wanna keep those leaflets freely flowing and healthy? So that's that's what you hear blood. And that's why I think we should become much more aware of it in the different blood types are based on the antigens the immune systems in your blood. Right. Exactly exactly as we go into that in quite a bit of detail about I think what people want to know is what can I do to can you change your blood tactics? Well, they can't use your. Let's I've definitely can help your state of your blood by just doing such things as eating cruciferous vegetables, the diet high in vegetables will definitely help your ear blood plant based diets you can even restrict your calories if people would he just seventy or eighty percent less typical intake, they a lot healthier. They live longer. And of course, I think short term, you could do a juice fast. Some people do it once a week some people do it once a month. But try it because when you do that you are so much more energized. And you sleep better overall feeling of well-being. You say in one thousand nine thirty seven something important happened. What what was that? That was the say that was the unbelievable I call it second probation. You know, the first probation in this country was the second one was against the the hemp basic CBS. That was the year went from nineteen thirty seven to believe it or not two thousand eighteen it was just repealed. The President Trump signed the farm Bill which separated hemp products from before it was considered part of the drug enforcement. I love it. The TA considered a dangerous schedule one drug which is ridiculous because it has no psychoactive. Principals. It's not a habit for me goes and build up in the. And it's been around for eight thousand years with me last year talking about CBD oil, and the fact that it was going to be up and coming thing is gigantic. It's going bizzare ke-. I I think the the whole now is a farm Bill has been passed. You're going to see George I'll make and I think I said this last time was on the show CBD will be the biggest I think supplement the food the twenty first century. I think you're right or how do you ingest it, do you take like a little drops? Or what do you do? Yeah. Comes in a tincture. It's comes I see a little slips they put on the tongue. But the thing is most CBD is not very well absorbed. Wurley in fact, very small percent of it. You're going to absorb so there's a new type of delivery system that's called life goes on. It's a fantasy and some fats to absorb the CBD. So it's circles. Capsule. It's the CBD and also has a. Solution bypasses stomach so that you don't isn't broken up in the stomach and you'll get probably five or ten times the absorption and bioavailability of regular CD. So you're buying CD's. Look and see how it's being processed. And that's what I did. In the book. Healing was hemp CBD. I talked about how to buy CBD as well as what you can do about how to better your George. I think it's so important hold on for a second. Or we're at the break. We'll come.

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"environmental protection agency" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"environmental protection agency" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"You tonight for the first couple hours. Dr Irwin Mundell is back with us registered, pharmacists, master, herbalist nutritionist. He's an award winning author of a number of health related books. And Dr Mandel was inducted into the California pharmacists hall of fame back in two thousand seven he was awarded the residents citation for exemplary service from the vaster university in two thousand twelve and presently. He is on the board of directors of the California college of natural medicine as well. Welcome back to coast to coast. His latest book is what's in your blood and why you should care. Interesting topic. Earl welcome. Thank you, George by the way, I have to tell you my son Evan is an avid listener. So he wanted me to say Hello to your. But he loves your show you thank him. And I appreciate that. Indeed. How many books out now sixty four I gosh, where was the vitamin bible in that one? One. About forty years ago updated at five times, and that was the first one remember doing the show with you many years ago back in Saint Louis, and that's what puts you on the map that book. That's right. But the welcome back. You know, a lot of people take it for take. For granted. Earl what's in our blood? Why is it so important? Let's be realistic. The bloodstream is I like to call the oil in your car. You have to have people will spend anything they have good. They'll change the world when it comes to blood, though, it changes all the time and interesting that the Environmental Protection Agency in two thousand ten said, there's this is unbelievable. Three point nine seven billion pounds of toxic chemicals were in our environment like heavy metals. All right. Sectocide herbicides prescription drugs. Leaving Georgia finding that prescription drugs in fish small flushes through right, right because Medica twos, and all these things can cause headaches t poor memory pain, and even gee this discomfort. So we should be very I think interested in what's in our blood and keeping his healthy as possible. I it seems that Monsanto's getting slapped all over the place with this life of state that they had in the roundup weed killer. Good were juries are beginning to say cancer cancer, cancer, good. I mean, it's about time that we started realizing these pesticides, herbicides are everywhere. But it's not only external see what people don't understand is these. Var mental things are also indoors because we spend most of our time indoors as well as outdoors, but I'll I can tell you is if you're gonna have a a healthy immune system, which is probably the most important thing for the defense is a defense against any in incoming diseases like bacteria. Things you wanna have a good plus system fifty seven years ago, a marine biologist and author by the name of Rachel Carson. She's not with us anymore wrote a book called silent spring where she pointed out that we are being subjected to a number of dangerous chemicals. She was way ahead of the curve. Will no doubt about it. I remember when I came out as a matter of fact, it was really something that no one talked about George. There's a an island I supposedly because Rhode Island. I'll just plastic and other junk in the ocean that has accumulated and people say well big deal to the plastic. Well, the plastics even in some of the containers water containers, actually leaches into the water. So you make sure that when you buy any of these Barbara Walters adad Israelis PCB's and all the other chemically point. We are being bombarded by these chemicals. I tell people go into a grocery store and pick up one of these processed food products and look at what twenty or thirty different chemicals the product half of them. You can't you can't even pronounce understand. So we are being bombarded from infancy, right? Every every minute with all these toxic chemicals. Hurler we killing ourselves. I really feel. We are. And I'll tell you why. I mentioned one of my books called healing with him CBD. Well that in nineteen thirty seven our government prohibited. The. Basically the cultivation growing up him. What does that mean? Well, see before that this country away from George Washington and Thomas Jefferson, they grew up, and they fed it to their farm animals. So we were getting. The can happen. CBD in the in the milk from dairy cows. We were getting it from the hawks, chickens and livestock in the meats, and all of a sudden 1937, boom. It was illegal. What that meant was that I feel we are depriving our human diet of this natural product that is makes a difference in the sense that it's. Calmer. They feel calmer. Fifteen people have problems sleeping, George. I mean, that's probably a good your show. But keep him awake. In general, we are not a healthy nation. We're way down the list for most countries that really kind of a frightening thing is the last couple of years the life expectancy drops not very much. But it's dropped the last two years in a row which hasn't happened for. I don't know twenty thirty years we've got oh negative or positive negative positive be negative be positive AB negative, positive all these different blood types. Why do we have all these different blood types as humans or humans, and what I do in the book is? As my.

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"environmental protection agency" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"environmental protection agency" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Go ahead. Of course, you don't know that I can answer all of these things. I understand me. Let me mention what the Environmental Protection Agency did in twenty fourteen in January of twenty fourteen. They were set to make a final regulation on coal fly ash. This is the toxic waste product of burning coal, and what they surprised everybody by declaring that that was. Solid waste. Not a toxic waste, a solid waste which meant it could be dumped in landfills. It could be dumped in rivers. Why would they do that? Because they're not gonna cause call what is being sprayed in the air. We breathe toxic waste the. That's it appears that virtually all elements of government have been corrupted. This is the deep state to to deceive the public as to what's going on. And the Environmental Protection Agency is no different. Now, I've not sure what you meant about Leonardo DiCaprio are you working with him at all on anything. No, no. I'm not. I I don't know. I don't know. That that he's involved in this. If he is I'd certainly like to hear from you. The. There. I've pretty much working alone with my colleague, my public health. And.

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"environmental protection agency" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"environmental protection agency" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Environmental Protection Agency began furloughing, many of its fourteen thousand employees in meantime discussions between the White House and congressional Democrats are at a standstill with sources confirming to CBS news at the president hasn't spoken with house minority leader Nancy Pelosi in eighteen days McCall Kilian the standoff over border wall money all this having ripple effects in many ways WBZ's Bill Marcus reports on one of them because of the partial government shutdown. The IRS has not shoeing transcripts of tax returns. Twenty eighteen president elected the Massachusetts association of realtors and mess or says without that information some borrowers are having trouble getting their loans to buy homes. There are some. Lenders who are making exceptions to requiring that form. So it's just really imperative to have your realtor being very close contact with the wonder and make sure it see what their requirements are. She says the association won't be able until mid January to quantify the exact impact of the shutdown. Forty six year old Saint Louis area man's facing more than a dozen charges, including I agree murder in the shooting deaths of his girlfriend, her two children and her mother in a home. They shared by the time Saint Charles city. Police officers got to the home still draped with Christmas lights. There was little. They could do the scene inside. They say was horrific Zoe and Jonathan cast in just eight and ten years old and their grandmother. Jane Motoko were shot to death Sudan's news correspondent Kenneth Greg in northern California. The suspect in the murder of a Newman, California police officer was reportedly about the fleet of Mexico when he was arrested that from local police who say Gustavo Perez audio. Is in the country illegally and has priorities. CBS news correspondent Maria Vieria? The thirty two year old surrendered to swat officers about two hundred miles away near Bakersfield, California over the last twenty four hours seven more people have been arrested for helping out. The AGA allude authorities, including his brother girlfriend at a co worker. There were six injury Saturday night at Baltimore Washington international airport as passengers were getting off a plane from the Dominican Republic jet bridge failure with President Trump tweeting of what he calls big progress in US Chinese trade talks, the Chinese foreign ministry says China is willing to work with the US ministry spokesman says Chinese US.

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"environmental protection agency" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"environmental protection agency" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Environmental Protection Agency began furloughing, many of its fourteen thousand employees in meantime discussions between the White House and congressional Democrats are at a standstill with sources confirming to CBS news at the president hasn't spoken with house minority leader Nancy Pelosi in eighteen days McCall Kilian standoff over border wall money all this having ripple effects in many ways WBZ's Bill Marcus reports on one of them of the partial government shutdown. The IRS has not doing transcripts of tax returns. Twenty eighteen president elected the Massachusetts association of realtors and mess or says without that information, some borrowers are having trouble. Getting their loans to buy homes are some lenders who are making exceptions. To requiring that form. So it's just really imperative to have your realtor being very close contact with the wonder and then make sure see what their requirements are. She says the association won't be able until mid January to quantify the exact impact of the shutdown. Forty six year old Saint Louis area man's facing more than a dozen charges including first degree murder in the shooting deaths of his girlfriend, her two children and her mother in a home. They shared by the time Saint Charles city. Police officers got to the home still draped with Christmas lights. There was little. They could do the scene inside. They say was horrific Zoe and Jonathan cast in just eight and ten years old and their grandmother. Jane mocal were shot to death CBS news correspondent Kenneth Cragg in northern California. The suspect in the murder of a Newman, California police officer was reportedly about the fleet of Mexico when he was arrested that from local police who say Gustavo Perez audio is in the country illegally and. Has prior s CBS news correspondent Mary of. The thirty two year old surrendered to swat officers about two hundred miles away near Bakersfield, California over the last twenty four hours seven more people have been arrested for helping out of yoga allude authorities including his brother girlfriend at a co worker. There were six injuries Saturday night at Baltimore Washington international airport as passengers were getting off a plane from the Dominican Republic, a jet bridge equipment failure. We're president. Trump tweeting of what he calls big progress in US Chinese trade talks, the Chinese foreign ministry says China is willing to work with the US ministry spokesman says Chinese US.

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"environmental protection agency" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"environmental protection agency" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Environmental Protection Agency began furloughing, many of its fourteen thousand employees in meantime discussions between the White House and congressional Democrats are at a standstill with sources confirming to CBS news at the president hasn't spoken with house minority leader Nancy Pelosi in eighteen days, Nicole Kilian the standoff over border wall money all this having ripple effects in many ways WBZ's Bill Marcus reports on one of them cost of the partial government shutdown. The IRS has not issuing transcripts of tax returns. Twenty eighteen president elected the Massachusetts association of realtors and mess or says without that information some borrowers are having trouble getting their loans to buy homes. There are some lenders who are making exceptions to require. During that form. So it's just really imperative to have your realtor being very close contact with the wonder and make sure it see what their requirements are. She says the association won't be able until mid January to quantify the exact impact of the shutdown. Forty six year old Saint Louis area man's facing more than a dozen charges, including I agree murder in the shooting deaths of his girlfriend, her two children and her mother in a home. They shared by the time Saint Charles city. Police officers got to the home still draped with Christmas lights. There was little. They could do the scene inside. They say was horrific Zoe and Jonathan cast in just eight and ten years old and their grandmother. Jane mocal were shot to death CBS news correspondent Kenneth Cragg in northern California. The suspect in the murder of a Newman, California police officer was reportedly about the fleet or Mexico when he was arrested that from local police who say Gustavo Perez audio is in the country illegally and has prior. CBS news correspondent Maria the thirty two year old surrendered to swat officers about two hundred miles away near Bakersfield, California over the last twenty four hours. Seven more people have been arrested for helping out of yoga allude authorities including his brother girlfriend at a co worker. There were six injuries Saturday night at Baltimore Washington international airport as passengers were getting off a plane from the Dominican Republic jet bridge equipment failure with president. Trump tweeting of what he calls big progress in US Chinese trade talks, the Chinese foreign ministry says China is willing to work with the US ministry spokesman says Chinese US relations had gone through storms before but not are healthy relationship serves both countries..

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"environmental protection agency" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"environmental protection agency" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Environmental Protection Agency began furloughing, many of its fourteen thousand employees and meantime discussions between the White House and congressional Democrats are at a standstill with sources confirming to CBS news at the president hasn't spoken with house minority leader Nancy Pelosi in eighteen days, Nicole Kilian, the standoff over border wall money all this having ripple effects in many ways WBZ's Bill Marcus reports on one of them because of the partial government shutdown. The IRS has not issuing transcripts of tax returns. Twenty eighteen president elected the Massachusetts association of realtors and Messer says without that information some borrowers are having trouble getting their loans to buy homes. There are some red. Vendors who are making exceptions to requiring that form. So it's just really imperative to have your realtor. Be in very close contact with the wonder and make sure it see what their requirements are. She says the association will be able until mid January to quantify the exact impact of the shutdown. Forty six year old Saint Louis area man's facing more than a dozen charges including first degree murder in the shooting deaths of his girlfriend, her two children and her mother in a home. They shared by the time Saint Charles city. Police officers got to the home still draped with Christmas lights. There was little. They could do the scene inside. They say was horrific Zoe and Jonathan cast in just eight and ten years old and their grandmother. Jane mocal were shot to death CBS news correspondent Kenneth Cragg in northern California. The suspect in the murder of a Newman, California police officer was reportedly about the fleet or Mexico when he was arrested that from local police who say Gustavo Perez audio is. In the country illegally has priorities. CBS news correspondent Maria the thirty two year old surrendered to swat officers about two hundred miles away near Bakersfield, California over the last twenty four hours. Seven more people have been arrested for helping out yoga allude authorities, including his brother girlfriend at a co worker. There were six injury Saturday night at Baltimore Washington international airport as passengers were getting off a plane from the Dominican Republic jet bridge equipment failure. We're president. Trump tweeting of what he calls big progress in US Chinese trade talks, the Chinese foreign ministry says China is willing to work with the US ministry spokesman says Chinese US.

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"environmental protection agency" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"environmental protection agency" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Environmental Protection Agency began furloughing, many of its fourteen thousand employees in meantime discussions between the White House and congressional Democrats are at a standstill with sources confirming to CBS news at the president hasn't spoken with house minority leader Nancy Pelosi in eighteen days CBS's, Nicole killing him the standoff over border wall money, President Trump wants billions congressional Democrats want to give them much less and not for a wall. All this having ripple effects in many ways WBZ's Bill Marcus reports on one because of the partial government shutdown. The IRS has not issuing transcripts of tax returns. Twenty eighteen president elected the Massachusetts association of realtors. And or says. Without that information, some borrowers are having trouble getting their loans to buy homes. There are some lenders who are making exceptions to requiring that form. So it's just really imperative to have your realtor being very close contact with the wonder and bake. Sure it see what their requirements are. She says he association won't be able until mid January to quantify the exact impact of the shutdown of forty six year old Saint Louis area. Man is now facing more than a dozen charges, including first degree murder in the shooting deaths of his girlfriend, her two children and her mother in a home. They shared by the time Saint Charles city. Police officers got to the home still draped with Christmas lights. There was little. They could do the scene inside. They say was horrific Zoe and Jonathan cast in just eight and ten years old and their grandmother. Jane mocal were shot to death CBS news correspondent Kenneth Cragg in northern California. The suspect in the murder of that Newman, California police officer. Was reportedly about to fleet to Mexico when he was arrested that from local police who say Gustavo Perez audio is in the country illegally and has prior arrests correspondent Maria Viario thirty two year old surrendered to swat officers about two hundred miles away near Bakersfield, California over the last twenty four hours seven more people have been arrested for helping out of yoga allude authorities, including his brother girlfriend at a co worker. There were injuries Saturday night at Baltimore Washington. International airport is patches passengers were getting off a plane from the Dominican Republic. We just hear a crash and a scream a woman screaming there had been a medical emergency the plane exit ended with another six people hurt in a jet bridge. Equipment failure top Alabama beats number four Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl. This is CBS. News progressive insurance pick from a range of coverage options with the name your price tool to find a price that works for you. Find out more at Progresive dot com. WBZ news. From Sloan Martin this hour's top story Minneapolis police. The attorneys for Mohammed nor didn't show for last night's scheduled inspection of a squad car similar to the one. The former officer was in when he shot and killed an Australian woman last summer a Hennepin county judge yesterday granted the request for the vehicle inspection. Twincities defense attorney Joe Friedberg who is not associated with the case says such reenactment would be helpful to north case, the more the jury can view what actually happened where everybody was what their lines of sight, or what the conditions were at the time that should go a long way, or it's being best possible evidence that the jury could see the inspection was scheduled at the fifth precinct police headquarters on Nicolette avenue and not the crime scene, nor was fired after the death of Justin Reuss check Damon. His trial is scheduled to start on April. Oh, I it's not a big shocker, but still leaves a gap in the mall of America. Sears announces will close at store. They're all part of an eighty store. Bankruptcy liquidation. Very easy to get the Sears. It's the end of an era for a store that once dominated the nation's retail market. And if you think about it. The turn of the twentieth century. It was the Amazon of its state university of Minnesota marketing, Professor, George John on Sears, which was founded back in eighteen ninety three you could actually order a house from CS catalog. You don't have the mighty fallen. So it's it's a really sad day day. He believes is the result of the retailer not keeping up and adapting contrast. Walmart's adapted really well, so if you don't adapt you dying retail, that's kind of a message. He thinks the mall of America will not be hurt by this move with dozens of other attractions luring people to the destination Susie Jones WCC, oh, all those dollars nickels and dimes that poured into the Salvation Army. Red kettles raised a lot of money,.

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"environmental protection agency" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"environmental protection agency" Discussed on WWL

"Environmental Protection Agency began furloughing, many of its fourteen thousand employees in meantime discussions between the White House and congressional Democrats are at a standstill with sources confirming to CBS news at the president hasn't spoken with house minority leader Nancy Pelosi in eighteen days CBS's, Nicole killing in the standoff over border wall money, President Trump wants billions congressional Democrats want to give them much less and not for a wall. All this having ripple effects in many ways WBZ's Bill Marcus reports on one because of the partial government shutdown. The IRS has not issuing transcripts of tax returns. Twenty eighteen president elected the Massachusetts association of realtors says without that information some bar. Ours are having trouble getting their loans to buy homes. There are some lenders who are making exceptions to requiring that four so it's just really imperative to have your realtor being very close contact with the lender. And then baked sure see what their requirements are. She says the association won't be able until mid January to quantify the exact impact of the shutdown of forty six year old Saint Louis area. Man is now facing more than a dozen charges, including first degree murder in the shooting deaths of his girlfriend, her two children and her mother in a home. They shared by the time Saint Charles city. Police officers got to the home still draped with Christmas lights. There was little. They could do the scene inside. They say was horrific Zoe and Jonathan cast in just eight and ten years old and their grandmother Jane mocal shot to death CBS news correspondent Kenneth Cragg in northern California. The suspect in the murder of that Newman, California police officer was reportedly about the fleet of Mexico. When he was arrested that from local police who say Gustavo Perez audio is in the country illegally and has prior arrests. Correspondent Maria Viario the thirty two year old surrendered to swat officers about two hundred miles away near Bakersfield, California over the last twenty four hours seven more people have been arrested for helping out of yoga allude authorities including his brother girlfriend at a co worker. There were injuries Saturday night at Baltimore Washington. International airport has patches passengers were getting off a plane from the Dominican Republic, and we just hear a crash and a scream a woman screaming there had been a medical emergency the plane exit ended with another six people hurt in a jet bridge..

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"environmental protection agency" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"environmental protection agency" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Environmental Protection Agency began furloughing, many of its fourteen thousand employees and meantime discussions between the White House and congressional Democrats are at a standstill with sources confirming to CBS news at the president hasn't spoken with house minority leader Nancy Pelosi in eighteen days CBS, Nicole killing him the standoff over border wall money, President Trump wants billions congressional Democrats want to give them much less and not for a wall. All this having ripple effects in many ways WBZ's Bill Marcus reports on one because of the partial government shutdown. The IRS has not issuing transcripts of tax returns. Twenty eighteen president elected the Massachusetts association of realtors and mess or says without that. Formation some borrowers are having trouble getting their loans to buy homes. There are some lenders who are making exceptions to requiring that form. So it's just really imperative to have your realtor being very close contact with the wonder and make sure it see what their requirements are. She says the association won't be able until mid January to quantify the exact impact of the shutdown of forty six year old Saint Louis area. Man is now facing more than a dozen charges, including first degree murder in the shooting deaths of his girlfriend, her children and her mother in a home. They shared by the time Saint Charles city. Police officers got to the home still draped with Christmas lights. There was little. They could do the scene inside. They say was horrific Zoe and Jonathan cast in just eight and ten years old and their grandmother. Jane mocal were shot to death CBS news correspondent Kenneth Cragg in northern California. The suspect in the murder of that Newman, California police officer was reportedly. About the fleet of Mexico when he was arrested that from local police who say Gustavo Perez audio is in the country illegally and has prior arrests. Correspondent Maria Viario the thirty two year old surrendered to swat officers about two hundred miles away near Bakersfield, California over the last twenty four hours seven more people have been arrested for helping out of yoga allude authorities including his brother girlfriend at a co worker. There were injuries Saturday night at Baltimore Washington. International airport is patches passengers were getting off a plane from the Dominican Republic. We just hear a crash and a scream a woman screaming there had been a medical emergency the plane exit ended with another six people hurt in a jet bridge..

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"environmental protection agency" Discussed on Buzz Burbank News and Comment

Buzz Burbank News and Comment

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"environmental protection agency" Discussed on Buzz Burbank News and Comment

"President's plan for safer cheaper cars that we get to choose. A Russian troll. Couldn't have said it any better. A former lobbyist for the coal industry is for now. The head of our Environmental Protection Agency with the departure of the scandal ridden heavily investigated. Ryan. Zinke, David Bernhardt is now guarding the hen house as acting administrator of the EPA after his years of representing fossil fuel the investigations continue however into Ryan Zinke who quit on Saturday under pressure from his own set of multiple investigations those investigations involve real estate deals in Montana as well as his conduct as a member of the president's cabinet the first person from Montana ever to serve in. The president's cabinet has been forced to resign in disgrace. Zinke, however, fields no disgrace, no remorse, rather he expressed pride in his accomplishments. Environmental leaders say Zinke did nothing but harm to the environment and the planet and that some of his damage may never be repaired. Zinke also had. Has EPA administrator. He's official flag that he had ordered flown over the building when he arrived and taken down when he departed like a president or a king. Ryan Zinke is gone. Now, the new guy is a lobbyist for fossil fuels. If you're anywhere near mission, Texas by all means visit.

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"environmental protection agency" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"environmental protection agency" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"Andrew Weil said is the worst house. He's ever seen anyone live in North America. That's one statement, a flat flat house, military surplus materials, and I had twelve buckets catching water from the flat roof while you build a flat. Roof in Washington state with arm yourself as materials is another question, but there's so many leaks that I just keep on putting up buckets. And then one day I remember the storm and the house fell like two or three inches in my wife was my God houses falling. I said, don't worry. We don't have to fill a bucket as much water runoff faster. I was just trying to be able to optimise because I was afraid that she was going to get up and leave me because it conditions were so bad. But anyhow, I would be making my spread so in the morning, and I looked over in the corner and there's a partial Saad us from carpenter ants. And I see them running around and the competent more nocturnal than they are active in the daytime. And so I make my Espresso every morning. I look over the Palacios vaccum cleaner vacuum it up. I did the next day and then extant. And the next thing I do this for hundreds of days, realize the house is getting more less structurally sound. With a carpenter ants munching them. And so I got to do something about this. And so you know, I didn't wanna use raid, didn't wanna use toxic insecticides because the war against nature in my mind is a worker on biology and was toxic to other organisms is like, we talked to you, and this has been well-founded now with lots of examples. So I wanted to Environmental Protection Agency, homepage, and I looked up a group of fungi that would attack aunts, and these are called intimacy pathogenic fungi now, so mouthful. But antimony maids. Insects pathogenic means of course, causing disease of insects and this group of intimate pathogenic fungi that was particularly of interest and supported by scientific literature. And with the encouragement of the EPA was group of fungi genus meta resume. So meta and rising him. Know lots of my Salim lots of rice horse. And so I looked in this group of metres. Eum fungi, nontoxic b.'s nontoxic to fish on toxic to humans, and I got some of these Gye. I started growing them out. Nice start studying this. This is really interesting. Why isn't it's not available everywhere? Why isn't Lowe's and Home Depot, WalMart? Why aren't they telling this well, for very good reason, the insects aren't stupid. When you see insects, like carpenter, ranson are constantly cleaning themselves, they're trying to get the spores of the sponge off of them is the most common fungus according to some reports in the soil underneath your feet. It is everywhere. It is a dance of dinner in death between insects and fungi. Many insects eight fungi many f- eat insects. The two of them don't like to be at the dinner table at the same time. So I ended up getting this fungus and I studied and the reason why. Never came to market is for the spore repellents property. Now, this is really important because these insects have realized that the scent of these spores meant that there's a disease threat to the colony. So the insects the studiously Queen missiles of these spores. So when big companies like bear and down Syngenta tried to make bait stations using these spores. Even though in the laboratory, they could dust the insects of the spores and sure enough five days later they'll kill the insects. The base stations around people's houses. The insects won't go near those bases because there's spores. And so the spore repellents property prevented these bait traps from going into market for preventing termites fire ants carpenter ants moisture around all sorts of ants and termites are infected by these. These these sport, letting fungus meta rhythm. So I thought, well, I'm have a laboratory very large laboratories. We produce about fifty thousand kilos of my Cillian of many different gourmet and medicinal mushrooms per week, and my environments are class. One hundred clean rooms are high tech cleaned women virus using EAP if filters high efficiency particular air filters. And the last thing I wanted to spoil it in mold in my laboratories. So I got these cultures and I was shocked sports. They were remind somebody of Minnesota, Liam, mold, growing on cheese. You want that flying around your laboratory? Because my. Oyster mushroom cultures or my sheet talking cultures could become contaminated airborne sports..

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"environmental protection agency" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"environmental protection agency" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The, bottom of the you can see this glow coming through these clouds from the fires just Incredible pictures Yeah just And, it it, you know talking to a friend last week about the fires out west and. Everything else and, you know we got into. The numbers the number of wildfires globally by comparison. Is, dropping But in. California it's that cycle I mean basically it's drought Wildfires then the vegetation that's removed from the wildfires, because of that you have anytime you have the heavy rains you have mudslides and it's just seem it seems. To be, that cycle over and over again for. The ages I, mean that's as. Far as, I can remember That's, pretty much the way it goes down Pretty incredible photos coming out of the fires This report in. An extensive report this from the daily caller but I have the actual report in front of me here uttered fifty nine page report an extensive report by the Environmental Protection Agency found that including ethanol into the US gas supply is hurting the atmosphere and soil. In a study titled biofuels on, the environment the second triennial report to congress Environmental Protection Agency determined that ethanol derived from corn and. Soybeans is causing serious harm to the environment water soil and air quality were all found. To be adversely affected by the biofuel mandates Evidence since enacted by the energy independence, and security act suggests an increase in acreage planted, with soybeans corn was strong indications from observed changes in land use that some of this increase is a consequence of increased biofuel production the mandate.

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"environmental protection agency" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"environmental protection agency" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"You doing every ten minutes on the twos on KYW NewsRadio Right now here at the broadcast center flash flood. Watch in effect for the. KYW listening area and it. Runs right through six o'clock, in, the morning on Thursday here's why just like right now where it's raining Going to see rain overnight. And through tomorrow some of it heavy fast-moving downpours and, also thunderstorms so do be aware if you have to be out. On the road KYW news time seven thirty nine The Environmental Protection Agency, is holding. An all day meeting tomorrow. At the hat borough Horsham highschool the goal try to get. Some public input. On how to deal. With contaminated water nearby military bases that goes back decades KYW's Kim Glovas the EPA's, regional administrator cosmos video says the. Meeting is a national priority because of water contamination from PFA's chemicals used in firefighting foam used. At the military bases has been affected in their, groundwater and drinking water raising. Real concerns about health risks video says the EPA is using the seventy parts per million standard is the level. Of contamination, but David Andrews of the environmental working group says independent scientists have higher standards chemicals are extremely. Potent and maybe impacting, health at minute levels down to one part per trillion in drinking, water Andrew says PFA's and PF os have been. Linked to testicular pancreatic liver and kidney cancer and other illnesses since two thousand one Kim Glovas KYW new News Radio, in Greece more than seventy.

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