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  • Terry Clark
    Posted at 8:00 pm, May 03, 2016 Reply

    Science should be the reasons for regulations, not preconceived biases. It remains a mystery to me as to why the regulators refuse to take ALL facts into account when making rules. This is just another example of an agency running without oversight or concern for facts

  • The Right News Network | EPA jacks up methane regulations in defiance of science
    Posted at 12:08 pm, May 14, 2016 Reply

    […] experts at NOAA have already said that methane emissions from drilling and other human activity are actually declining, not rising, and account for only a fraction of total methane in the atmosphere. We talked about […]

  • EPA jacks up methane regulations in defiance of science | GOP News
    Posted at 1:10 pm, May 14, 2016 Reply

    […] experts at NOAA have already said that methane emissions from drilling and other human activity are actually declining, not rising, and account for only a fraction of total methane in the atmosphere. We talked about […]

  • EPA jacks up methane regulations in defiance of science – Hot Air | Information
    Posted at 1:32 pm, May 14, 2016 Reply

    […] experts at NOAA have already said that methane emissions from drilling and other human activity are actually declining, not rising, and account for only a fraction of total methane in the atmosphere. We talked about […]

  • “Science deniers?” Try the EPA | Designs on the Truth
    Posted at 11:20 pm, May 23, 2016 Reply

    […] themselves without any help from Gina McCarthy. So successfully in fact that they’ve been reducing methane emissions.   Which is the other reason this new regulation is bogus. The oil and gas industry is only […]

  • EPA jacks up methane regulations in defiance of science |
    Posted at 2:25 pm, September 23, 2016 Reply

    […] experts at NOAA have already said that methane emissions from drilling and other human activity are actually declining, not rising, and account for only a fraction of total methane in the atmosphere. We talked about […]

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