"U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa Jackson at a Senate hearing Tuesday outlined several changes to the agency's scientific review and assessment processes that reverse protocols enforced during the Bush administration."
Users of athletic fields, parks, and playgrounds with artificial turf may face risks from dozens of potentially harmful synthetic chemicals in the ground-up recycled tires used to make it.
Green collar jobs are at the heart of President Obama's economic program. Some laid-off blue-collar workers are starting to wonder what those green collar jobs will look like.
"Forty Years After The Population Bomb Ignited Controversy, Paul Ehrlich Continues to Stir Debate"
"The world's seas are filled with too much garbage and too few fish with flimsy plastic bags and government subsidies bearing much of the blame, activists and trade officials said Monday on the first U.N. World Oceans Day."
Jon Wellinghoff, the new chairman of FERC, will have enormous influence in a time when the United States' energy future is at a crossroads.
"The House global warming bill slated for floor debate this summer is projected to trim the federal budget deficit over the next decade, the Congressional Budget Office states ...."
"Activists restore blighted San Francisco Bay Area creeks -- and impoverished communities."
The town of Lexington, Mass., has a problem with beavers. A big problem.
"President Obama's nominee to lead the Forest Service and farmland conservation programs has withdrawn his name from consideration."