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Climate Change Impacts
EM—September 2019: In this month's issue, we look at examples of public and private sector responses to the impacts of climate change, which is already affecting decision-making by environmental managers.Read More
EPA Proposes Amendments to Coal Ash Regulations
A&WMA Newswire—The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is proposing further amendments to the regulations governing the disposal of coal combustion residuals, commonly known as coal ash. This proposal is the first of three planned revisions to address matters raised in litigation, legislation, petitions for reconsideration and rule implementation.Read More
NSR Reform 2.0: What to Expect
EM—August 2019: In this month's issue, we look at the potential benefits and downsides of the latest efforts to reform the New Source Review program.Read More