EIP was featured in over 1,000 stories in the first half of 2022, including:

TIME, 6/30/22
What the Supreme Court’s Ruling on the ‘Clean Air Act’ Means for Carbon Emissions

Reuters, 6/30/22
Analysis: Back to the drawing board: U.S. Supreme Court upends Biden climate agenda

The Texas Observer, 6/29/22
The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality Faces A Reckoning

Gizmodo, 6/15/22
Emissions From New U.S. Natural Gas Projects Will Equal 18 Million Cars

Inside Climate News, 6/9/22
US Firms Secure 19 Deals to Export Liquified Natural Gas, Driven in Part by the War in Ukraine

New Orleans Advocate, 6/7/22
Proposed EPA settlement could further reduce ‘Cancer Alley’ toxic emissions

Grist, 6/2/22
A Texas county wants to punish polluters. The state won’t let it.

The Washington Post, 5/31/22
Biden wants to rebuild the EPA. He doesn’t have the money to do it.

Grist, 5/26/22
The war in Ukraine may ramp up pollution in US oil and gas communities

Reuters, 5/12/22
Nine U.S. Gulf Coast refineries exceeded federal benzene levels, study says

The Texas Tribune, 5/12/22
Five Texas refineries polluted above federal limit on cancer-causing benzene last year, report found

The Philadelphia Inquirer, 5/12/22
High levels of a toxic chemical were recorded as the former South Philly refinery got demolished

The Washington Post, 4/21/22
Gulf Coast gas export frenzy raises tough questions for U.S., Europe

Houston Public Media, 4/13/22
A petrochemical company wants to expand in Houston’s East End. The city says air pollution levels are already too high

Inside Climate News, 4/10/22
A Biomass Power Plant in Rural North Carolina Reignites Concerns Over Clean Energy and Environmental Justice

New Orleans Public Radio, 4/6/22
Most of Louisiana’s waterways are polluted. Biggest reasons? Fertilizer and sewage

USA Today, 3/31/22
A new threat emerges for US lakes and rivers. Your lawn or toilet may be partly to blame.

EcoWatch, 3/29/22
50% of U.S. Lakes and Rivers Are Too Polluted for Swimming, Fishing, Drinking

Delaware News Journal, 3/25/22
Delaware, Maryland rivers and streams among the most polluted, report says

Oregon Capital Chronicle, 3/23/22
Oregon has most miles of polluted or ‘impaired’ waterways nationwide, new analysis says

The Hill, 3/17/22
Fifty percent of U.S. waterways impaired by pollution: report

Reuters, 2/25/22
U.S. environmental enforcement activity has dropped, study shows

Greenwire, 2/11/22
EPA’s Trump-era FOIA rule set for a revamp

The Houston Chronicle, 2/2/22
How dangerous is this common chemical? EPA says Texas has it wrong, the latest in a years-long fight

Pennsylvania Record, 2/1/22
Federal engineering report stays litigation between Susquehanna River group and food processor

WYPR News Baltimore, 1/19/22
Short-staffed MDE could spell trouble for Maryland’s drinking water

Energy Mix, 1/18/22
U.S. Pours Millions into ‘False’ Plastics Solutions, Advocates Say

NPR, 1/12/22
In Orlando, a mountain of coal ash evades EPA rules. It’s not the only one

Reuters, 1/11/22
Biden EPA advances efforts to curb toxic coal ash contamination

EIP was featured in over 2,000 stories in 2021, including:

The Washington Post, 12/13/21
Manchin cites a blind trust to justify climate votes. But much income from his family’s coal company isn’t covered.

Chicago Tribune, 12/02/21
BP settles another lawsuit over lung-damaging soot from Whiting refinery

ProPublica, 11/02/21
Poison in the Air

The Guardian, 10/05/21
Biomass is promoted as a carbon neutral fuel. But is burning wood a step in the wrong direction?

San Antonio Express-News, 09/23/21
Environmental groups ask EPA to strip Texas officials of water pollution control

Port Arthur News, 09/08/21
Port Arthur facility accused of violating Civil Rights Act with emissions

State Impact PA, 08/05/21
PA cities have a sewer-system problem. Green infrastructure can help — but comes with its own risks

NPR, 07/13/21
Your Trash Is Emitting Methane In The Landfill. Here’s Why It Matters For The Climate

The Houston Chronicle, 07/01/21
Houston urges TCEQ to tighten emissions rules following study of formaldehyde in city’s air

The Washington Post, 06/09/21
Md. landfills emit much more greenhouse gases than state estimated, environmentalists find

Reuters, 06/01/21
Three Exxon refineries top the list of U.S. polluters

The New York Times, 04/28/21
People of Color Breathe More Hazardous Air. The Sources Are Everywhere.

Inside Climate News, 04/18/21
Noxious Neighbors: The EPA Knows Tanks Holding Heavy Fuels Emit Harmful Chemicals. Why Are Americans Still at Risk?

Associated Press, 04/15/21
Judge: BP’s Indiana refinery violated soot emission limits

The Intercept, 03/18/21
Tracking the Invisible Killer: Trump EPA Invited Companies to Revise Pollution Records of a Potent Carcinogen

The Baltimore Sun, 03/12/21
Michael Regan: Chesapeake Bay’s man of the hour

NBC News, 03/09/21
Shalanda Baker and the energy crisis plaguing Black and brown Americans

Buzzfeed, 02/10/21
Trump Led An “All-Out Assault” On The EPA. Now Biden Has To Rebuild It.

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 02/10/21
Public input blocked on shale gas wastewater permitting

The Texas Tribune, 01/04/21
Environmental groups allege Texas rubber-stamped industrial plants’ pollution — and that the EPA looked the other way

EIP was featured in nearly 2,300 news stories in 2020, including:

DeSmogBlog, 10/08/20
Rush to Build LNG Export Terminals Falters as Uncertainty Grows Over Financials

The Island Packet, 10/07/20
SC Wood Pellet Mill Made People Sick, Neighbors Say. Has It Followed Regulations?

The Associated Press, 08/24/20
Thousands allowed to bypass environmental rules in pandemic

The Beaumont Enterprise, 08/22/20
Suit Targets Woodville Plant Emissions

The Washington Post, 08/18/20
Report faults Maryland for failings in Chesapeake Bay pollution

WITF-FM, public radio, Harrisburg, PA, 08/17/20
Sampling confirms Harrisburg’s sewage overflow is polluting the Susquehanna River with E. coli

Maryland Matters, 08/18/20
Report: Md. Not Doing Enough to Reduce Stormwater Pollution in the Chesapeake Bay

The Landcaster (PA) News-Press, 08/19/20
Feces-related bacteria again found in Susquehanna River at Harrisburg: environmentalists

Cumberland (MD) Times-News, 08/19/20
Report documents slip in efforts to control bay pollution

WTOP, AM-Washington DC, 08/20/20
Is MD Turning its Back on Commitments to Reduce Pollution from Stormwater?

InsideClimate News, 08/24/20
How Maryland’s Preference for Burning Trash Galvanized Environmental Activists in Baltimore

WAMU-FM, Washington, D.C., 07/20/20
Environmentalists Threatening Legal Action Against West Virginia Coal Company for Allegedly Polluting the Potomac River

Maryland Matters, 07/20/20
Environmentalists Threaten Legal Action Against Coal Company for Potomac River Pollution

Mineral Daily News Tribune (Keyser, WV), 07/18/20
Riverkeepers take legal action against coal company

The Boston Globe, 04/08/2020
Editorial: Trump’s Team Finds New Ways to Harm Our Health

The Washington Post, 03/31/2020
Trump administration moves forward with looser air rules as respiratory disease grips U.S.

E&E News/Scientific American, 03/30/2020
EPA to Ease Pollution Enforcement, Which Could Exacerbate Lung Illnesses

Houston Public Media, 02/26/2020
Report: Houston Has 10 Of The Most Toxic Industrial Polluters In The U.S.

The Albuquerque Journal, 02/06/2020
Artesia refinery emitting high levels of chemical

The Texas Tribune, 02/16/2020
Report: Six Texas oil refineries spewing cancer-causing pollutant above federal threshold

NBC News, 01/16/2020
Massive oil refinery leaks toxic chemical in the middle of Philadelphia

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 01/14/2020
Coal ash ponds float to the top of the Democratic agenda

The Intercept, 01/12/2020
The War on the War on Cancer

The New York Times, 01/11/20
House Democrats Push Environmental Bills, but Victories Are Few

The New Orleans Times-Picayune, 01/08/2020
Greenhouse gases released by oil, gas-related industry on the rise in Louisiana and nation: report

EIP was featured in nearly 3,500 news stories in 2019, including:

The Indianapolis Star, 12/26/2019
IDEM budget dropped almost 20% in the last decade as total state spending increased, report says

KCUR Kansas, 12/13/2019
Report: Kansas Put Your Health At Risk By Trimming Environmental Agency’s Budget

The Chicago Tribune, 12/13/2019
Indiana environmental agency ‘kneecapped’ by staff cuts, report says

The Washington Post, 11/03/2019
EPA to scale back federal rules restricting waste from coal-fired power plants

Rolling Stone, 10/30/2019
Louisiana’s ‘Cancer Alley’ Is Getting Even More Toxic — But Residents Are Fighting Back

NPR Moring Edition, 10/24/2019
Newest National Park Abuts Problem-Causing Industrial Area

The San Francisco Chronicle, 09/27/2019
Trump administration accuses California of water pollution

MSNBC, 09/17/2019
Deregulated natural gas flaring impacting Texas

Houston Public Media, 09/05/2019
New Report Shows Air Pollution From Plastics Plants In Greater Houston Is Getting Worse

The Baltimore Sun, 09/03/2019
Editorial: Let’s sue Pennsylvania, Part II

State Impact Pennsylvania, 08/26/2019
‘We don’t understand why they haven’t done this yet’: Groups sue US Steel over emissions data

Harrisburg Patriot-News/Penn Live, 08/22/2019
Feces-related bacteria abundant in Harrisburg waterways, well above safe levels: environmentalists

The San Diego Union-Tribune, 08/08/2019
Environmental Groups Move to Sue South Bay Refinery Over Mishandling of Hazardous Waste

The Philadelphia Inquirer, 07/31/2019
Coal-fired plant operator to pay Pa. ‘historic’ $1M for polluting water with ash

The Hill, 07/24/2019
Green groups sue EPA over ‘sweeping overhaul’ of public records policy

Los Angeles Times, 07/16/2019
Los Angeles is finally ditching coal — and replacing it with another polluting fuel

Hattiesburg (MS) American, 07/08/2019
World’s largest pellet mill could boost Mississippi’s economy. But will it hurt environment, residents?

Washington County (PA) Observer-Reporter, 06/04/2019
State Supreme Court: Washington County residents’ testimony was proper for well pad denial

Yale Environment 360, 05/22/2019
For a Texas Ranching Family, Toxic Coal Ash Pollution Hits Home

NBC News, 05/16/2019
Ex-EPA chief Scott Pruitt spent nearly $124,000 on ‘excessive airfare,’ agency says

East Bay Times, 05/15/2019
Dow’s Pittsburg plant breaking environmental laws, groups say

Austin American-Statesman, 05/10/2019
Editorial: Like living here? Let’s show greater care for our environment

Midland Reporter-Telegram, 05/09/2019
Permian has ‘serious air pollution problem’

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 05/02/2019
U.S. Steel emissions of benzene, other gases, far exceeded legal limits, environmental groups say

Chesapeake Bay Magazine, 04/16/2019
Report: Coal Ash Pollutes 91% of Power Plants Tested

The Daily News-Record (Shenandoah Valley), 04/05/2019
Report: Farm Pollution High in Rockingham, Augusta

The Guardian, 04/04/2019
Most US coal plants are contaminating groundwater with toxins, analysis finds

Houston Chronicle, 03/20/2019
Deer Park company battling fire accused of intentionally polluting water during Harvey

Kentucky Journal, 3/11/19
Kentucky’s groundwater pollution resulting from coal ash ranks among worst in U.S., new report shows

Reuters, 02/26/2019
U.S. EPA Denies Being Soft on Polluters as Democrats Question Enforcement

The Washington Post, 01/24/2019
Civil penalties for polluters dropped dramatically in Trump’s first two years, analysis shows

InsideClimate News, 01/18/2019
Coal Ash Is Contaminating Groundwater in at least 22 States, Utility Reports Show

The San Antonio Express-News, 01/17/2019
CPS Energy, San Miguel utility among Texas coal ash polluters

The New York Times, 01/09/19
Shutdown Means E.P.A. Pollution Inspectors Aren’t on the Job