The United States ranks high in terms of the number of laws that regulate and control pollution.
While Canada has a number of regulations, the United States is by far the most restrictive, with an estimated 867 laws, according to a new report.
Canada, on the other hand, has just 668.
In the U.S., the Environmental Protection Agency is the largest regulator.
A recent federal study found that more than half of Americans have no idea the Environmental Protections Act (EPA) exists.
Some have been unable to access EPA websites and are not aware of its existence, while others are unaware the EPA has the power to regulate pollutants like methane and carbon dioxide.
The report found that people are most likely to be unaware of how the EPA works and its jurisdiction, as well as the fact that the EPA only regulates emissions that are harmful to human health or the environment.
According to the Environmental Defense Fund, the EPA regulates more than 300,000 industries and more than 5 million people.
This means there are more than 16 million people affected by the EPA, according the report.
The EPA is a part of the U,S.
Department of Agriculture, but it has little oversight of its operations and its employees, including scientists, have a vested interest in keeping the EPA in business, the report said.
Some of the EPA’s programs, such as the Clean Water Act and the Endangered Species Act, are managed by the U.,S.
Environmental Protection Administration, which is a separate agency that operates independently of the federal government.
Environmental Defense Foundation is a non-profit organization that advocates for environmental rights and opposes environmental pollution, according its website.
According the EPA website, “The EPA has a mission to protect the health, safety, and welfare of the public, and its activities are guided by sound science, sound processes, and sound procedures.”