Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Post-Bush Environmental Protection

Environmental policies are set by laws and interpreted by the courts, but the Executive Branch has a lot of influence over what actually happens. This five-minute report on NPR's All Things Considered provides a good overview of some of the environmental policies most likely to change as the Obama Administration reviews Bush-era decisions.

Even if no new laws are enacted, differences could be seen with respect to climate change, air and water pollution, endangered species and pesticides.

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