Idea to charge fee on carbon-producing energy in hopes of incentivizing clean energy development.
Event was to draw attention to health of Narragansett Bay, New England’s largest estuary.
One of every six premature deaths in the world in 2015 attributed to disease from toxic exposure
Research finds 76% decline in bug volume from 1989-2016.
Opponents say spills are inevitable and cannot be cleaned up in icy Arctic water.
Republicans want to use drilling to pay for Trump tax cut plan.
In Minnesota, birds population went from 0 to, now, more than 20,000
SONOMA, Calif. — Fire crews were briefed and headed out to do battle. Survivors returned to the charred remains of their homes, picking through debris for...
DNR issued permits despite its own scientists warning of impact on drinking water supplies
“The outpouring of generosity is humbling,” Marty Severson said.
Focus is combating plastic pollution, stopping illegal fishing and climate change
Bees on decline more than a decade because of neonics, parasites, disease, climate change and lack of diverse food supply.
Reporter asked, “What storm?” President said, “You’ll find out.”
Expert says “Sulfide mining is actually the most toxic industry in America.”
Landowners unhappy about being displaced
Conservationists warn pollution from sulfide mining could devastate northern Wisconsin water
Billions of gallons of sewage and untreated storm water released into Great Lakes because systems can’t handle it.
Arboretum flooded with questions as to why
Weather in early and late summer mostly responsible
Roughly 2,000 properties in floodplain in city