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1 hr ago | Health.com
Significant progress has been made in reducing levels of harmful substances in urban air in recent decades, the agency said in a news release.
5 hrs ago | AlertNet
10 hrs ago | Daily Policy Digest
The Environmental Protection Agency has been criticized for regulatory overreach, especially recently, in light of its plan to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from power plants.
14 hrs ago | Triple Pundit
Cost-effective and sustainable, restoring or mimicking natural ecosystems, such as wetlands, is proving to be an excellent means of water resource management and stewardship.
The Tennessee Valley Authority's board is scheduled to vote on a proposal to retire the coal-fired Allen Fossil Plant in Memphis and replace it with a natural gas facility.
Dignitaries cut a carbon ribbon to kick off the project. Applicants have until the end of the year to apply for the awards for their use of green energy.
When Rachel Carson's book, " Silent Spring ", was published, filled with totally false claims about DDT, the Environmental Protection Agency looked it over and concluded she had used manipulated data.
In June, the Environmental Protection Agency released a proposal that offered specific emission targets for each state, the first of which would kick in by 2020.
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.
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.
State recreational water quality officials on Tuesday lifted a water quality swimming advisory at an ocean-side site in Carteret County.
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.
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 .
A Massachusetts-based chemical company has pleaded guilty to violating the Clean Air Act at a facility it owned in Rhode Island.
A horse shares its space with an oil well at Tipton Highway and Moore Road in Adrian.
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.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 05:50 pm
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