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3 hrs ago | O-R Online

Stretch of Ohio River reopens after fuel oil spill

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.


Related Topix: New Richmond, OH, Environmental Law, Law

Justin Timberlake ice Bucket Challenges

This Little Kid Is DEVASTATED When His Dad "Steals" His Ear and Nose

Police Fatally Shoot Another Black Male Near Ferguson

This Woman Looks Like She's Wearing Makeup. She's Not.

6 hrs ago | Jacksonville Daily News

Swim advisory remains in effect

State recreational water quality officials on Tuesday lifted a water quality swimming advisory at an ocean-side site in Carteret County.


Related Topix: Carteret County, NC, Environmental Law, Law, Beaufort, NC, Twitter

10 hrs ago | KTVN Reno

EPA Praises Work on Tahoe-Pyramid Bikeway

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.


Related Topix: Environmental Law, Law, Reno, NV

13 hrs ago | The Fresno Bee

EPA launches probe of alleged pollution by Tyson

The discharge on May 16 allegedly caused the wastewater plant in Monett to fail and allowed a chemical to flow into nearby Clear Creek, The Joplin Globe reported .


Related Topix: Environmental Law, Monett, MO, US Securities and Exchange Commission, Financial Services

14 hrs ago | SouthCoastToday.com

Chemical firm pleads guilty to clean air violation

A Massachusetts-based chemical company has pleaded guilty to violating the Clean Air Act at a facility it owned in Rhode Island.


Related Topix: Environmental Law, Law

17 hrs ago | Battle Creek Enquirer

Michigan landfill taking other states' radioactive fracking waste

A horse shares its space with an oil well at Tipton Highway and Moore Road in Adrian.


Related Topix: Michigan, Adrian, MI, Environmental Law, Law

21 hrs ago | Forbes.com

Did This Smart Business Deal Just End The South's Overdependence On Coal?

Mississippi and Alabama have long prided themselves on being anti- Washington , D.C. and pro-coal.


Related Topix: Environment, Science, Energy, Southern, Kemper County, MS

Mon Aug 18, 2014

New Jersey Herald

Cleanup, affordable housing planned on Bronx sites

Three contaminated Bronx properties are on track to get cleaned up and rebuilt as affordable housing, with the help of $300,000 in federal grants and loans.


Related Topix: Environmental Law, Law


GAO: EPA uses stale data

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 .


Related Topix: Environmental Law, Law

Business Journal

Brownback vows to fight - overreaching' federal government 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.


Related Topix: Wichita, KS, Environmental Law, Law


State hearing focuses on cutting greenhouse gases

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.


Related Topix: Global Warming, Environmental Law, Law, Alternative Energy, Renewable Energy (Green Energy), Energy

The Heartland Institute

Greens are the Enemies of Energy

Here in America and elsewhere around the world, Greens continue to war against any energy other than the "renewable" kind, wind and solar, that is more costly and next to useless.


Related Topix: Nuclear Energy, Global Warming, Activism

WANE-TV Fort Wayne

Steve Park in front of the Environmental Protection Agency's research vessel, Lake Guardian.

HUNTINGTON, Ind. With the start of the school year, one teacher in Huntington is bringing lessons learned from summer research into his classroom.


Related Topix: Environmental Law, Law, Huntington, IN


Recent editorials published in Nebraska newspapers

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.


Related Topix: Suicide, Agriculture, Science, Environmental Law, Law, Opinion

Tire Business

EPA proposes HFC-134a phase-out

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is proposing to ban the use of HFC-134a as a motor-vehicle air-conditioning system refrigerant starting with model-year 2021 new vehicles.

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Related Topix: Environmental Law, Law, Global Warming

Triple Pundit

EPA Launches Criminal Investigation Against Tyson Foods

Poultry producer Tyson Foods has announced that the Environmental Protection Agency is launching a criminal investigation into last May's wastewater discharge at Tyson's Monett, Missouri plant.


Related Topix: Monett, MO, Securities and Exchange Commission, Corporate / Securities Law, Law

Supermarket Guru

Recycling Codes 101

We all know we should do our part to recycle plastics, and potentially even avoid some - but knowing what the different numbers mean can get confusing.


Related Topix: Environment, Science

Sun Aug 17, 2014

Wall St. Cheat Sheet

Why Biodiesel May Not Be the Miracle Fuel You Think

Nine years ago, U.S. President George W. Bush passed the Renewable Fuel Standard with the goal of lessening America's dependence on foreign oil supplies and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Vegetables, Environmental Law, Law, Renewable Energy (Green Energy), Energy, Biofuel, Alternative Energy

The News-Gazette

Environmental Almanac: There's work to be done to protect our waters

Last week in my column about fishing the Salt Fork River , I credited the federal Clean Water Act of 1972 for the comeback of that stream and others like it.


Related Topix: Mahomet, IL, Pat Quinn, US Governors

Windsor Beacon

Former enemy Vietnam seeks U.S. help to counter China

Army Gen. Martin Dempsey has served 40 years in the Army, fought in Iraq, traveled the world many times over.