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.
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You can still register for the 11th Annual Conference of the Society of Environmental Journalists, which will be held Oct. 17-21, 2001, in downtown Portland, Oregon.Topics on the Beat:
While the tourism industry has grown exponentially in recent years, it plummeted in the wake of Sept. 11 -- evidence of tourism's vulnerability.Topics on the Beat:
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.Topics on the Beat:
The Bush administration seems poised to accept the testing of potentially toxic pesticides on human subjects -- a practice that has raised ethical concerns.Topics on the Beat:
Visit http://www.sej.org today and every day for SEJ's all-new information service designed and run by SEJ members.Topics on the Beat:
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.Topics on the Beat:Region:
The fight over new mining regulations has hit the courtroom.Topics on the Beat:
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers adopted new internal guidelines on Oct. 31, 2001, to standardize management of wetlands mitigation projects.Topics on the Beat: