Energy & Industry
Not all environmentalists believe that pumped hydroelectric storage projects are a good way to achieve more renewable energy.
In a controversial resolution, Hopi and Navajo politicians have told environmentalists – including grassroots Indian groups – that they are not welcome on the Rez.
Aldo Leopold advocated many conservation methods, but perhaps most important, he advocated a land ethic.
A controversial proposed land swap reveals the growing rift between Maricopa Audubon and a new and wealthier rival -- Audubon Arizona.
That candy bar you're eating may have been made with genetically modified beets that were illegally approved.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein ignored the public when she tried – and failed – to set up a special deal for a privately owned oyster company at California’s Point Reyes National Seashore.
A combination of lax laws and poor oversight leaves dairy workers vulnerable to exploitation and on-the-job dangers.
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