FY2018 Consolidated Appropriations Act Overview: EPA Escapes the Chopping Block, Remains at Inadequate but Level Funding
Cleaning Up the Nation’s Worst Toxic Sites Threatened by Proposed Budget Cuts
EPN’s Preliminary Analysis of the EPA FY2018 Senate Appropriations Bill
Comment of Former Commissioners, Secretaries, and Directors of State Environmental Agencies on HR 3354
EPN Fact Sheet: The EPA Budget—Why It Matters
EPN Summarizes FY2018 House Appropriation for EPA, Cuts Core Programs 27%–Even More Deeply than Trump Requested
EPN Analyzes Approved FY2018 House Appropriations Interior, EPA, and Related Agencies Bill
EPN Summary of Proposed FY2018 Appropriations Subcommittee on Interior, EPA, and Related Agencies Bill
Trump’s Proposed 2018 Budget Would Decimate EPA Enforcement
EPN IN THE NEWS RELATED TO FY2018 Budget Cuts
How Trump is redefining the EPA
Jan 12, 2019 / by
The Week Staff /
EPN member and former EPA Associate National Program Director, Sustainable and Healthy Communities Research Program, Betsy Smith, is quoted in this article that takes a comprehensive look at how the Trump administration is redefining the EPA.
‘It’s Not a Happy Place’
Nov 21, 2018 / by
Maxine Joselow /
EPN member and advisor Janet McCabe, former EPA Acting Assistant Administrator, Office of Air and Radiation, is quoted in E&E’s article on the current climate at the EPA for climate staffers: flagging morale, staff cuts and a lack of support for their work.
WorkWeek Interview with Kathy Setian
Dec 26, 2017 / by
Steve Zeltzer /
KPFA Pacifica Workweek Radio
EPN member Kathy Setian, who was a project manager at the EPA and is a delegate from IFPTE Local 20, is interviewed by WorkWeek Radio as they examine the growing crisis at the EPA and the need to have labor united to defend our air, water, and environment.
E.P.A. Officials, Disheartened by Agency’s Direction, Are Leaving in Droves
December 22, 2017 / by
Lisa Friedman /
New York Times
EPN members Rob Kavlock, Ronnie Levin and Lynda Deshaumbault are quoted in this article which examines deteriorating morale at the EPA under Pruitt.