Idaho is updating its standards for water pollutants based on how much fish residents eat.
by Sarah Jane Keller,
Apr 15, 2013
Can gas drilling and clean air co-exist?
by Cally Carswell,
Sep 10, 2012
Oil refineries pose serious health hazards for nearby residents as well as workers, as the recent explosion in Richmond and other incidents, like one in Sinclair, Wyo., have made clear.
by Jeremy Miller,
Sep 04, 2012
Researchers attempt to tease out the health effects of emissions from oil and gas drilling.
by Cally Carswell,
Sep 02, 2012
Oregon has long refused to regulate sediment runoff from logging roads as pollution under the Clean Water Act. Now, the U.S. Supreme Court will decide what the state should do.
by Joshua Zaffos,
Jul 27, 2012
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
An Idaho couple are getting a lot of sympathy because the EPA has halted construction of their planned home on a wetland, but if the agency would be more open with the facts, it would come out looking better.
by Judith Lewis Mernit,
Jan 26, 2012
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 23, 2012
The U.S. House of Representatives is wasting its time passing unnecessary and absurd laws, but at least that’s helping to keep it out of trouble.
by Ed Quillen,
Jan 11, 2012
EPA abandons attempt to regulate hydraulic fracturing; BLM
briefly cuts forestry school funding and Republican Rep. Greg
Walden grills logging critic Dan Donato; California regulator tries
to stop ecological crash in San Francisco Bay-Delta
by Matt Jenkins,
Mar 20, 2006