Saturday, October 17, 2009
Bush Administration Document Evidencing 2007 "Endangerment Finding" Released
The Environmental Protection Agency released a 2007 report called the "endangerment finding" written by Bush administration officials that concluded that the government should begin regulating greenhouse gas emissions because global warming posed serious risks to the country. The Bush administration refused to make the report public because it opposed new governmental efforts to regulate greenhouse gases.
The report was released pursuant to a FOIA request by the environmental trade publication Greenwire.
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