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Crumbly Foundation for EPA Methane Estimates

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By Jennifer Krill

June 14, 2016

Last week, watchdog group NC WARN accused the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) of vastly underreporting the amount of methane leaking from gas wells across the US.  Methane, a greenhouse gas 87 times more potent than carbon dioxide over the short term, is the primary component of natural gas.

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Remembering Senator Dale Bumpers

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By Jennifer Krill

January 20, 2016

Senator Dale Bumpers (D-Arkansas) passed away on January 1, 2016. He served as Governor of Arkansas from 1971-1975 and as Arkansas Senator from 1975-1998. We at Earthworks will miss him greatly because of his tireless work to protect Americans from the excesses of the hardrock mining industry encouraged by the antiquated 1872 Mining Law.

In 1989, Senator Bumpers introduced the first Senate bill to reform the Mining Law. He was a mining reform champion from then until he retired from the Senate in 1999.

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