The Environmental Protection Agency, or EPA, is the federal agency responsible for regulating air, water and land pollution.
But environmental groups are now calling for the agency to be scrapped.
The US is currently considering a $1.1 trillion budget cut, and the EPA’s role in combating climate change is under attack.
Greenpeace and other environmental groups have called for the EPA to be abolished and replaced with a non-profit, government-owned entity, the Environmental Integrity Corporation.
This group would be tasked with regulating pollution and ensuring compliance with laws.
But in an article published on the organization’s website on Tuesday, the organization called for a new agency to replace the EPA.
“The US government is not only failing to protect the environment and the people it serves, it is also failing to ensure that it is in compliance with the laws and rules it is charged with enforcing,” said Greenpeace Senior Director of Advocacy and Communications, Nick Deane.
According to the organization, the US EPA has only “limited resources” and is failing to act to protect public health, the environment or human health.
Deane said the US could have a more effective and effective EPA if it had the funding to hire an outside agency to enforce laws.
“This is a big problem that we’re seeing in the US,” he said.
“There are just too many laws that we are simply not enforcing.”
Deane noted that while the EPA is “the biggest employer in the country”, there are hundreds of other agencies that provide services for the country.
For example, the Department of Veterans Affairs is responsible for providing healthcare and medical care for veterans, while the Department the Department for the Environment is responsible with the protection of wildlife and the environment.
The EPA is also responsible for protecting the environment from the harmful effects of CO2 and other pollutants.
Last year, the agency said it would no longer be able to keep tabs on the emissions of CO 2 from coal-fired power plants.
A new study by the Competitive Enterprise Institute found that the EPA was not complying with laws in the state of New York, where the Trump administration is planning to take power.
In response, the EPA announced that it was reopening its coal-mining regulations, which have been in place since 1978.
At the same time, the federal government has pledged to spend $300 million on a study to examine the environmental impacts of new nuclear power plants in New York state.
Trump has pledged a more aggressive push to dismantle the EPA, but critics are also calling for a public option to replace it.
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