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AGENCY: TURBINES COULD SPIN DURING BIRD MIGRATIONS

From: Cape Cod Times

“Feathering is what bird conservationists had asked for 10 years ago, said Kyla Bennett of the Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, one of the plaintiffs…

THE BOOMING WIND ENERGY INDUSTRY MIGHT FINALLY BREAK ITS MASSACHUSETTS HEX

From: Huff Post

““The question in our mind is whether or not these things are being done in a way that exercises responsible resource protection,” said Jeff Ruch, executive director…

PRUITT TABLES EPA ORDER ON GE TO REMOVE PCB'S FROM RIVER

From: Eco Watch

“"Pruitt has positioned himself to hand out multi-million dollar favors to corporate polluters subject to almost no review," stated PEER New England Director Kyla Bennett,…

WATCHDOG ORGANIZATION WORRIES ABOUT SUPERFUND CLEANUPS WITH EPA'S NEW CHIEF

From: Montana Public Radio

“Pruitt is signaling:“That he wants to hurry up and get these sites back into the real estate market regardless of the implications for public health and…

CAPE WIND PROJECT REVIEW TO BE REVISED

From: Cape Cod Times

“...another plaintiff in the case, Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, worries too that the draft supplement will not address that group's concerns…


News Releases

PRUITT MOVES TO POLITICIZE SUPERFUND CLEANUPS

New Policy Enables Administrator to Bypass Staff and Dispense Favors to Industry

BAY STATE SOUTH COAST RAIL SHOULD RETURN TO DRAWING BOARD

New Review Should Revisit Unrealistic Assumptions that Sunk Stoughton Alternative

MASSACHUSETTS BEGINS MASS ENVIRONMENTAL ROLLBACK

Wetlands, Wildlife and Water Management Protections May Be on Chopping Block

SOUTH COAST RAIL DEALT MORTAL BLOW BY NEW TRANSIT PLAN

Years-Long “Moratorium” Puts Massachusetts South Coast Expansion into Dustbin

EPA FAULTS BAY STATE SOUTH COAST RAIL PLAN

Several “Outstanding issues” Continue to Pose Legal Hurdles for Stalled Rail Line