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Officers tracked Cochran after he left with cash and got into the back of a silver Lexus.Srivaddhanaprabha on Saturday, who are struggling to mount a campaign capable of mirroring last season’s impressive seventh-place finish,threatened only sporadically and a second successivedefeat left Sean Dyche’s side an uncomfortably slenderthree points above the relegation zone The hosts were largely forced onto the back foot in their attempts to keep at bay a Chelsea side for who again there was no starting place in the Premier League for Loftus-Cheek Scorer of midweek Europa League hat-trick Loftus-Cheek was introduced after just half an hour due to an injury to Pedro Rodriguez Morata wasted a good chance to double Chelsea’s advantage after the restart when heading overat the near post from Willian’s cross but the visitors didn’t have long to wait before Barkley put the game to bed by surging forward from Kante’s pass to find the bottom corner past Hart from 20 yards That soon became three when Willian was rewarded for his efforts by cutting in from the left to find the bottom corner France international Olivier Giroud remains without a goal this season as he blazed a good late chance narrowly wide But Loftus-Cheek showed him the route to goal with a composed finish deep into injury time The US Environmental Protection Agency has disbanded panels that were supposed to review the science underpinning efforts to reduce air pollution such as this blanket of smog in Salt Lake City in 2016 Francisco Kjolseth/The Salt Lake Tribune/AP Trump’s EPA scraps air pollution science review panels By Sean Reilly E&E NewsOct 12 2018 2:55 PM Originally published by E&E News Andrew Wheeler the acting chief of the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) yesterday fired a panel of scientific experts charged with assisting the agency’s latest review of air quality standards for particulate matter He also scrapped plans to form a similar advisory panel to aid in a recently launched assessment of the ground-level ozone limits Those steps coupled with Wheeler’s previously announced decision to concentrate authority in a seven-member committee made up mostly of his appointees quickly sparked objections that the agency is intent on skewing the outcome of those reviews in favor of industry "I think they are trying to rush through a process that will provide a result that is driven by political science not health science" said Paul Billings senior vice president for public policy at the American Lung Association in Washington DC Under the Clean Air Act EPA is supposed to review the adequacy of the standards for particulate matter ozone and four other common pollutants every 5 years with help from outside experts While the seven-member committee officially known as the Clean Air Scientific Advisory Committee (CASAC) has the lead in the process the review panels are supposed to provide additional know-how in assessing the relevant scientific literature which can span a variety of academic disciplines For the panel’s some two dozen members most of whom are university researchers news of their dismissal came late yesterday in an email from an EPA staffer who said Wheeler had tasked the CASAC with serving "as the body to review key science assessments for the ongoing review of the particulate matter" standards "Therefore the CASAC PM Review Panel will no longer be involved with the agency’s . review and your service on the panel has concluded" wrote the staffer Khanna Johnston In a separate message Johnston similarly told applicants for membership on the ozone review panel that the agency would not be proceeding with its creation "I guess I’m disappointed" said Barbara Turpin head of the environmental sciences and engineering department at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Turpin had been on the particulate matter review panel Her colleagues there were among the best in their fields Turpin said in an interview this morning "In a sense we serve as a check that the EPA is following the requirements of the Clean Air Act" Jeremy Sarnat another former member of the panel who is an associate professor of environmental health at Emory University called the move "depressing" "What the new and previous EPA administrators have done is dismantle a process which has over many years proven itself to be highly successful and effective" Sarnat said in an email The new process he added now consolidates input "to a small and in some cases unqualified group of individuals and ultimately opens EPA up to the charge that it is politics not science that is driving this new policy" Review panel members were considered "special government employees" Asked why EPA scrapped the panel agency spokesman John Konkus pointed to Wheeler’s decision to concentrate more authority in the seven-member CASAC He did not reply to an email this morning seeking comment on the criticism from Billings and others Earlier this week Wheeler announced five new appointees to CASAC the bulk of whom come from state and local regulatory agencies not academia Tony Cox the committee’s chairman is a Colorado consultant who had done work for the oil industry Earlier this year Cox told E&E News that he has also served as an expert in risk analysis for EPA and the World Health Organization and had not made a decision on whether the particulate matter thresholds need revision But under a timetable imposed by former EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt the agency now plans to complete the review of the particulate matter standards by late 2020 or about two years ahead of the original schedule (Greenwire 10 May) The new review of the ozone standards which has barely begun is also set to wrap up around the same time As a reason for the fast-track approach Pruitt and EPA air chief Bill Wehrum have pointed to the Clean Air Act’s requirement that the reviews be done every five years a goal that in the past the agency has rarely met But the disbanding of the particulate matter review panel comes as EPA’s Office of Research and Development is set to soon release a draft summary of the scientific research to be used in deciding whether the existing standards need to be changed Andrew Rosenberg who heads the Center for Science and Democracy at the Union of Concerned Scientists said he sees the two events as directly connected He said that in light of evidence that the current limits on fine particulate exposure are not strong enough to adequately protect public health "I’m really worried about [what EPA is] going to say" Both ozone and particulate matter are closely connected to production or consumption of fossil fuels Wheeler before joining EPA was a lobbyist whose clients included Murray Energy Corporation The Ohio-based coal giant was a strident critic of Obama-era environmental regulations; CEO Bob Murray is a prominent supporter of President Trump Murray has had no contact with Wheeler since the latter was sworn in as EPA deputy administrator in April company spokesman Cody Nett said this morning Asked whether the firm has a position on Wheeler’s decision to disband the particulate matter review panel Nett declined to comment Reprinted from Greenwire with permission from E&E News Copyright 2018 E&E provides essential news for energy and environment professionals at wwweenewsnet a German charity vessel with more than 230 migrants aboard remained in limbo off the coast of Malta And Germany will be aiming to turn around a poor run of form that has seen them claim just one unconvincing win as conferred on it by paragraph 15 of the third schedule to the 1999 constitution (He 2014-R22017-R3 set the exchequer back by Rs 8 Judge Richard Seeborg of the United States District Court for the Northern District of California signed an injunction on 7 May to extend a temporary restraining order against the transfer he granted on 27 April Most rely on polling data rather than economic data for predicting midterms races she saidThe thieves had 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