Blog Archives

DuPont to Pay $50 Million in Pollution Settlement

In a settlement reached in December 2016, DuPont Chemical will pay over $50 million for releasing mercury into Shenandoah Valley waterways.


Court Ruling Sets Back EPA Mercury Standards

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency did not properly consider the price of a rule to curb mercury pollution and other toxic emissions from coal plants.


Clean Air, Water Standards Important to Undecided Voters

By Matt Abele Multimedia Communications intern, Fall 2012/Spring 2013 In light of the upcoming national elections, the National Resource Defense Council’s Action Fund investigated how undecided voters view some of today’s key environmental concerns. Public Policy Polling polled over 22,000


Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube