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3 hrs ago | The Bennington Banner
The five-member board that oversees the Nuclear Regulatory Commission on Tuesday voted to end a two-year moratorium on issuing new power plant licenses.
3 hrs ago | WaterWorld
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries has recently received $485,000 from the Environmental Protection Agency to test water quality along the state's Gulf Coast.
5 hrs ago | WLOS
Federal environmental officials say all of North Carolina meets a new more-stringent national air quality standard for fine-particle pollution.
5 hrs ago | The Fresno Bee
The property at 603 Broadway St., at the corner of Ventura Street, has been a service station for decades, and is currently the American & Foreign auto repair shop.
5 hrs ago | West Virginia Metro
DuPont will pay a penalty of $1.25 million and spend at least another $2.2 million for required improvements to safety and emergency response in a settlement with the federal EPA and the U.S. Department of Justice.
10 hrs ago | JD Supra
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Justice today announced a settlement with the owners of Anchordoguy ranch for violations of the Clean Water Act that affected more than 80 acres of rare vernal pool wetlands and streams in Tehama County, California.
11 hrs ago | Daily Kos
The audio leak from this summer's Koch brothers secret confab has provided a treasure trove of information about just how deeply Republican Senate candidates are embedded in the Koch brothers' pocket.
11 hrs ago | Examiner.com
Isn't that what they are supposed to do? Given the fact that America's water and air quality has diminished to the point of threatening humanity's existence, don't you believe that the Environmental Protection Agency should get a grip on the situation? Air and water quality are essential to people surviving on Earth.
13 hrs ago | WSET-TV Lynchburg
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said Wednesday that Cumberland County High School and Middle School teacher Angela Whittaker has been awarded the Presidential Innovation Award for Environmental Educators.
13 hrs ago | The Daily Caller
The Environmental Protection Agency's proposed global warming regulations aren't just about stemming global temperature rises - according to agency's chief, they are also about "justice" for "communities of color."
15 hrs ago | Marysville Globe
Seacast was a lemon when it came to handling hazardous waste, but the Marysville company is going to use a new "water blast" system to turn it into lemonade.
15 hrs ago | Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph
Thanks, Environmental Protection Agency! You've required sewage treatment plants, catalytic converters on cars, and other things that made the world cleaner than the world in which I grew up.
15 hrs ago | The Intelligencer
Rep. David McKinley blames much of Congress' failure to pass meaningful legislation on Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's refusal to bring more than 350 bills passed out of the House up for consideration, he said during a Tuesday visit to Wheeling.
16 hrs ago | Silicon Alley Insider
In a move certain to draw the ire of congressional Republicans, President Barack Obama is working to secure an international agreement on climate change that would compel countries to slash their carbon emissions.
19 hrs ago | Forbes.com
President Obama has dared those who criticize his repeated failure to faithfully execute the laws to "sue me," believing that no one can show the injury needed to do so.
White House Council on Environmental Quality Acting Chair Michael Boots, former President's Environmental Youth Award winner and current EPA intern Apoorva Rangan, Administrator Gina McCarthy, new PEYA winner May Wang, new PEYA award winner Deepika Kurup, and White House Office of Science and Technology Policy Director John Holdren before the PEYA ... (more)
The share of energy produced by coal-burning power plants, like the Navajo Generating Station, shown here, would be reduced in favor of natural gas generation and renewable sources over the next 15 years under an EPA plan to reduce carbon emissions.
The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency is seeking enforcement action against a Cicero company after an oil spill reached a nearby canal.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 09:23 pm
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