Wednesday, January 3, 2018

January 3 News Update

Vehicles now America's biggest CO2 source but EPA is tearing up regulations

Jakarta Is Sinking So Fast, It Could End Up Underwater *
E.P.A. Officials Are Leaving in Droves *
As Brazil Wavers on Environment, Wetlands Suffer *
E.P.A. Delays Bans on Uses of Hazardous Chemicals *
New York City's electric bike delivery workers face crackdown
$180bn investment in plastic factories feeds global packaging binge
The Honduran marine park rangers facing death threats
E.P.A. Wanted Years to Study Lead Paint Rule. It Got 90 Days. *
U.S. to Roll Back Safety Rules Created After Deepwater Horizon Spill *
COP23: From the Gap to the Precipice
Trump plan to shrink ocean monuments threatens vital ecosystems

Bussed out How America moves its homeless

2017 Year in Review: Turning Lemons into Lemonade
Stagehands picket Armory, insist new venue should sign union contract
Send Fujimori back to prison
Energy and Roses
Trump Considers Separating Families to Combat Illegal Immigration *
Trump Promised to Protect Steel. Layoffs Are Coming Instead. *
Coates v Cornel West: black academics and activists give their verdict
Union calls for criminal charges against enterprises causing overwork
Judge Thomas P. Griesa, Who Ruled Against Westway, Dies at 87 *
Blue-Collar Women Face Harassment, Abuse and Isolation *
Why the U.S. Spends More on Health Care Than Other Nations *

Stories from the New York Times will be followed with a *. The Times pay wall policy allows free access to only about ten articles a month.

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