The TipSheet of August 29, 2001, erred in implying that former Ohio EPA chief Donald Schregardus opposed the US-EPA's enforcement initiative against Ohio power plants under the Clean Air Act's New Source Review provisions.
While the tourism industry has grown exponentially in recent years, it plummeted in the wake of Sept. 11 -- evidence of tourism's vulnerability.
Although the US food supply remains among the safest in the world, it also remains a point of vulnerability to terrorist attack.
Is the air inside airplane cabins unhealthful? Federal Aviation Administration should undertake rigorous research to better identify problems and solutions.
The Bush administration seems poised to accept the testing of potentially toxic pesticides on human subjects -- a practice that has raised ethical concerns.
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A federal judge in Oregon told the National Marine Fisheries Service on Sept. 10, 2001, to either define a genetic difference between wild and hatchery fish or reconsider protecting the wild fish under the Endangered Species Act.
The fight over new mining regulations has hit the courtroom.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers adopted new internal guidelines on Oct. 31, 2001, to standardize management of wetlands mitigation projects.
Automotive technicians can suffer long-lasting nerve damage after occupational exposures to n-Hexane.