In a pre-Earth Day demonstration protesting President Bush’s environmental policies, 10 environmental activists were arrested yesterday at U.S. EPA headquarters in Washington, D.C., after chaining themselves to the building’s entrance. Among those arrested were John Passacantando, executive director of Greenpeace USA, and Randy Hayes, president of the Rainforest Action Network. Passacantando said in a statement, “We want this toxic Texan to know that trashing 30 years of environmental gains, then making a few token announcements for Earth Day is an unacceptable environmental agenda.”