Column: The EPA disbanded our clean air science panel. We met anyway – and found pollution regulations aren’t protecting public health.

Since 1980, emissions of six common air pollutants have decreased by 67%, thanks largely to government regulation. At the same time, U.S. gross domestic product has increased by 165%. While some assert that regulation acts as a drag on the economy, this record indicates that environmental protection does not have to undercut economic growth. I … Continue reading Column: The EPA disbanded our clean air science panel. We met anyway – and found pollution regulations aren’t protecting public health.