The rush to deregulate whatever can be deregulated before President Bush leaves the White House is on. Part 2.
Today, prospective college students may be less interested in a school's football team than its carbon footprint.
Ocean-going ships are a major unregulated air pollution source.
With gasoline at $4/gallon, SUV prices have been plummeting -- hurting not only local car dealers but the newspapers that depend on their ads.
A new NOAA report has reams of data on commercial and recreational fishing in the U.S.
Hunters' lead shot and anglers' lead sinkers are still a pollution source, despite rules restricting them.
EPA calls for companies to submit information on their nanotechnology products. The silence is deafening.
EPA reviews its health-based standard for NO2 as an air pollutant, and has issued a science assessment of health effects.
Utah governor Jon Huntsman announced that state agencies will move to a four-day workweek (10 hours/day, with mandatory three-day weekends) in order to save energy, reduce vehicle miles traveled in the state, and address climate change and air pollution.
EPA is developing a voluntary water efficiency standard for new single-family homes and townhomes.