A Wisconsin-based Web site offers a wealth of info on wildlife disease.
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The Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management are releasing an environmental assessment of geothermal development on federal land in the West.Topics on the Beat:
The Energy Department is funding solar energy projects in some 25 cities. Is yours one of them?Topics on the Beat:
Five years after its inception, EPA has released the final version of its Report on the Environment.Topics on the Beat:
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.Topics on the Beat:
Some lawyers are trying new legal approaches to climate change litigation.Topics on the Beat:
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.Topics on the Beat:
California may be jumping the gun on EPA's voluntary phase-out of PFCs in food packaging.Topics on the Beat:
As part of the federal effort to explore renewable energy sources, the BLM and Dept. of Energy are beginning to prepare a Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement for solar energy on BLM lands in six western states — AZ, CA, CO, NM, NV, and UT.
Part of the PEIS will address 125 applications the BLM has received for solar development. BLM says the potential projects cover about 1 million acres, and could generate 70 billion watts of energy, enough to power about 20 million typical US homes.