Environmental advocates express frustration over Biden regulation delays 

Environmental advocates, generally strong supporters of the Biden administration, are expressing frustration at what they describe as too-lengthy delays for important regulations.   Their frustration follows the administration’s recent release of its semiannual regulatory agenda, which pushed back timelines for a range of rules governing planet-warming emissions and other pollution coming fromContinue Reading

Energy & Environment — Regulatory delays frustrate green groups

Environmental activists are frustrated with timelines for environmental regulations. Meanwhile, the FDA is proposing new guidelines for lead in baby food, and the debate rages on over an upcoming bill regarding the Strategic Petroleum Reserve. This is Energy & Environment, your source for the latest news focused on energy, theContinue Reading

Aerial view of plastics processor KW

Snarls in global supply chains are impacting recycling equipment providers and plastics processors, including KW Plastics, in a number of ways. | Courtesy of KW Plastics Equipment manufacturers and their customers are feeling the pressure of extended lead times and supply chain backups, forcing them to adapt as demand soarsContinue Reading

Overnight Energy & Environment — Court ruling delays oil and gas leasing

Welcome to Monday’s Overnight Energy & Environment, your source for the latest news focused on energy, the environment and beyond. Subscribe here: thehill.com/newsletter-signup.  Today we’re looking at how a new court ruling is affecting the Biden administration’s climate plans, a new U.S./Egypt climate working group and German climate protests blockingContinue Reading

Why plastic maker Formosa's big Louisiana property tax break is not likely at risk despite delays | Business

It’s been six years since Taiwanese giant Formosa Petrochemical Corp. laid out plans for a multibillion-dollar megaplastics complex in Louisiana, but much of the company’s economic incentive package remains in tact despite numerous delays, potentially higher costs and a fraught relationship with environmental activists. With the St. James Parish projectContinue Reading