The Great Lakes: An Audit Accountability Committee found that the Obama administration did not adequately monitor the Great Lakes’ water quality, including the impact of pollution on the lakes’ fish populations.
In 2014, the Trump administration proposed changes to the water quality rule, including eliminating the requirement for monitoring of polluted waters.
The Great Lakes Restoration Trust, which oversees the Great Lake, called for the administration to immediately begin monitoring and controlling the impacts of pollution to the Great Littoral Lakes, according to an audit released by the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget.
The Trust has also recommended that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) increase its monitoring efforts and implement stronger regulations on pollution from power plants, according the audit.
However, a 2017 study by the U.S. Environmental Protection Administration found that monitoring efforts in the Great lakes have not increased significantly in recent years.
Additionally, EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt has said he believes the Greatly Lakes are underfunded, despite a study commissioned by the Trust and commissioned by President Donald Trump that found they are undervalued and need to be improved.
The U.N. Climate Change Summit: The summit has been criticized for being « dereliction of duty » by some members of Congress, and for its lack of transparency.
In February, Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) filed a report to the U-N’S Climate Change Committee, which is charged with conducting an audit of the U.-N’s climate change program, according a report by the Climate Accountability and Sustainability Initiative.
After Gabbards report was sent to the Committee, she asked the UNCS to investigate.
According to the report, the UUNS received its first report from the ULC after the summit in February, and in July, the committee received its second report.
The report noted that it is unclear if the UUCS, which also works to assess the impact that climate change is having on the UCC, has received any additional reports from the United Nations or the ULCC.
A new study shows that a state’s tax incentives for energy use can have a dramatic effect on climate change impacts.
A new study published by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) suggests that state incentives to create more renewable energy resources can have dramatic impacts on climate warming.
For instance, the researchers found that in California’s Central Valley, where the largest solar power generation is occurring, state incentives have had a statistically significant negative impact on the climate.
Additionally, the research found that subsidies for wind power had a similarly negative effect on the global warming effects of wind.
President Trump’s proposed $3.4 trillion tax cut is being challenged by some on the left as an overreach by the president.
Democrats on the House Ways and Means Committee filed a petition this week to the White House arguing that the tax cut would be a tax giveaway to the rich and a giveaway to corporations.
« President Trump’s tax plan would reward those who are willing to take on more debt by imposing new burdens on hardworking Americans, but he would give tax breaks to millionaires and corporations at the expense of everyone else, » the petition stated.
« While the plan provides a great start, we urge the President to ensure that it includes more details on how this proposal will actually work and that the proposals are fully funded. »