American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. eicosapentaenoic acid
- abbr. Environmental Protection Agency
- US Initialism of Environmental Protection Agency.
- eicosapentaenoic acid
- n. an independent federal agency established to coordinate programs aimed at reducing pollution and protecting the environment
“Accessible version and more information: www. epa.gov EPA is concerned that structures, including homes, hogans and storage buildings on Navajo Nation land may have been constructed of contaminated materials from nearby uranium mines.”
“They often tell us not to worry in order to keep us from investigating the ramifications of their agenda. www. epa.gov will see that the EPA seems to have taken the possibility of this tax seriously enough to work out it's ramifications for us.”
“In the last few years, Professor Hayes has testified in various Senate hearings claiming the EPA is accepting flawed chemical industry-funded studies as evidence of atrazine's safety.”
“Having scientists run the EPA is a terrible, terrible idea.”
“Rick Perry declared the EPA is a "rogue agency," that has "targeted" the oil and gas-rich state even as his state climatologist declared Texas is uniquely susceptible to drought and searing temperatures as a result of future global warming.”
“But if the EPA is authorized to do that, then surely they are authorized to implement a less restrictive way of dealing with their duty to protect the public from endangerment triggered by 109.”
“Another one of the issues with the EPA is their requirements for the studies before the activities and cleanups with mining, drilling, etc.”
“Time Magazine has this to say on what it calls the EPA's "landmark decision Friday to set in motion the process of regulating greenhouse gases ..”
“The picture being painted by the EPA is one of a contaminated region.”
“People seem to forget that the lack of an EPA is why China is spewing out their tons of junk a second.”
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