The first round of the Department of Energy's national study of energy transmission corridor congestion drew quite a bit of heat in affected areas once the final congested-corridor designations were issued.
Some lawyers are trying new legal approaches to climate change litigation.
The battle to control news media and public perceptions of the climate change issue will heat up this week as the Senate prepares to start debate on the first major US legislation to address the problem of global climate change.
With a click or two, you can get to all the data about your state's waters which are too impaired for their designated uses.
California may be jumping the gun on EPA's voluntary phase-out of PFCs in food packaging.
Scientists beat the bushes looking for species not yet recognized. The tally for 2007? It's 16,969.
As the Bush administration closes out its terms in office, a number of rules, policies, orders, and other actions related to the environment are expected by Jan. 19, 2009.
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Some cities are joining big companies in disclosing publicly their greenhouse emissions.
EPA and states may be cutting companies slack if they "audit" their own violations. Here's a database that will help you audit whether local polluters are abusing the program.