Investigators Find Flaws in EPA's Endangerment Finding
1:43 PM MDT | October 10, 2011 | Kara Sissell
EPA officials have issued some clarifications about a recent Inspector General report that found the agency failed to meet certain peer review requirements in determining whether greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) endanger public health. EPA says some of the press reports and statements by certain lawmakers have mischaracterized the IG’s findings by saying the review calls into question the science behind the endangerment finding. The IG report “does not question or even address the science used or the conclusions reached—by EPA under this and the...
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