The gas industry and its political partners are going to great lengths to try to derail and discredit an EPA report that blames Pavillion, Wyoming’s polluted water on hydraulic fracking.
by John Fenton,
Jan 24, 2012
The beautiful spring in Colorado's San Luis Valley is a bitter contrast to the tragedy unfolding in the Gulf of Mexico.
by Christina Nealson,
Jun 10, 2010
Today's activists need to get more involved in protesting the environmental profiteering that is destroying our planet.
by Tim Lydon,
Dec 15, 2011
A wastewater treatment plant provides nutrients that help endangered steelhead thrive in an Idaho stream.
by Amanda Peacher,
Jul 10, 2011
The plight of a small water and sewer association in rural Mora, N.M -- caught in a tangle of federal and state clean water rules it can’t afford to meet -- echoes experienced by other rural communities around the West.
by Judith Lewis Mernit,
Dec 20, 2011
The Environmental Protection Agency withdraws a proposed
rule change that would have allowed fatal amounts of selenium in
by Gail Binkly,
Nov 22, 2004
Diesel fuel – leaking from a massive railroad
refueling depot –slips into a major drinking water aquifer on
the Idaho-Washington border.
by Kevin Taylor,
Mar 21, 2005
EPA will investigate allegations that bunk science led to
approval of hydraulic fracturing; racketeering lawsuit against
environmentalist dismissed; ACLU sues over BLM’s decision to
Wyoming’s Martin’s Cove historic site to Mormon
by Matt Jenkins,
Apr 18, 2005
The Department of Energy finally agrees to move the Atlas
uranium mine tailings pile away from Moab, Utah, and the flood risk
of the Colorado River.
by Matt Jenkins,
May 02, 2005
Ag Secretary Mike Johanns says his agency may relax ban on
slaughtering "downer" cows for human consumption; California sets
official, but nonbinding, goals for perchlorate in drinking water;
San Juan Generating Station to cut mercury and other
by Laura Paskus,
May 16, 2005