Once again, conservative members of Congress, egged on by the business community, are hoping to tag legislative riders to funding bills to stop the Clinton administration from implementing new environmental regulations. The administration, for its part, is trying to make environmental proposals permanent before a new president takes office. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce wants to stop the EPA from implementing the Kyoto climate change treaty; enforcing environmental justice guidelines in poor and minority neighborhoods; and setting tougher pollution limits for the nation’s waterways.