Now EPA regulations are administered to counteract the effects of greenhouse gases in our atmosphere and help in prevention of any further pollutants released. Though these regulations have done little to show for any change; it is proven flawed and set for failure. And while these regulations set a minimum federal criteria, states are not required to adopt them, develop a permitting program, or submit a program to the EPA for approval, so how are we to see any change? Not to mention the growth of industries that these EPA regulations fail to keep up with.
So many people feel that the EPA hasn't done anything, which is wrong! From 1970, coincidentally when the EPA was founded, to 2017, the amount of pollutants have gone down 70%! Take that, climate change! Haters are going to hate, but the rich still need the EPA to help them!