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Unanticipated economic benefits from the shale oil and gas boom could help offset the costs of substantially reducing the US's carbon footprint, agricultural economists say.
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Cleanup is under way near Beckjord Power Plant in New Richmond, Ohio, after up to an estimated 5,000 gallons of fuel oil spilled into the Ohio River, closing about a 15-mile section of the waterway southeast of Cincinnati, Tuesday.
For example, the Army Corps of Engineers, one of those perceived impervious agencies, recently was reigned in by a lawsuit and now must follow a permit process with the Environmental Protection Agency.
A regional boss for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is lauding the work of a Reno-area nonprofit building a 116-mile bicycle path that follows the Truckee River all the way from Lake Tahoe to Pyramid Lake.
A Michigan asphalt company has been ordered by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to pay almost $1 million in compensation and reinstate three employees who were terminated for raising safety concerns, the agency said Monday.
A Massachusetts-based chemical company has pleaded guilty to violating the Clean Air Act at a facility it owned in Rhode Island.
Tyson Foods is the subject of a federal criminal investigation of its role in the discharge of a food supplement into a southwest Missouri town's wastewater treatment plant.
A horse shares its space with an oil well at Tipton Highway and Moore Road in Adrian.
From afar, it's easy to mistake the demonstrators in the streets of Ferguson as a monolithic movement.
The nonpartisan U.S. Government Accounting Office reports that the Environmental Protection Agency has been using decades-old economic data to analyze today's environmental regulations .
Flanked by supporters, including state and local elected officials and business owners, Brownback promised to fight the federal government on various regulations that he said are hurting individuals and businesses in Kansas.
"An outrageous new rule that would expand its regulatory authority under the Clean Water Act to almost any body of water," said Adam Putnam, Florida's Commissioner of Agriculture.
The Illinois Commerce Commission hearing in Chicago and Springfield was the first step toward submitting a required plan to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency outlining how the state will contribute to a sweeping Obama administration proposal to curb carbon dioxide emitted by the nation's power plants by 30 percent by 2030.
HUNTINGTON, Ind. With the start of the school year, one teacher in Huntington is bringing lessons learned from summer research into his classroom.
Few deaths have been felt more deeply by more people than that of Robin Williams, who spent his life making other people happy only to fall victim to his own misery.
Environmental groups predict the state's power plants will argue for delaying proposed pollution standards at a hearing today in Chicago.
The EPA is moving forward with rules to protect fish from being sucked into cooling water intakes at large power plants and factories.
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