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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is proposing stronger standards that would reduce smog-producing emissions.
Justices to hear power plant pollution case and weigh consideration of economic costs relating to EPA regulations.
Some doubt the relevance today of an environmentalist who advocated protecting nature in its pristine state.
Sunoco spokesman Jeff Shields says the company is working with the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission to remedy the release of the clay.
A possible change in Medicare policy has rattled people with disabilities who depend on communication tools to function.
President Barack Obama is signaling that he is likely to veto a bill authorizing the Keystone XL oil pipeline.
Long-stalled legislation to build the pipeline got new life after Senate Democrats suddenly abandoned efforts to block it.
A group called Lebo Residents for Effective Deer Management has presented petitions bearing some 1,200 signatures to the municipality.
Temperatures that hit 70 on Tuesday are expected to plummet into the mid-20s tonight, according to forecasts.
A conference of builders issues an imperative: As world population grows, our structures of the near future must be sustainable.
The new proposed rule requires the state’s more than two dozen power plants to install and operate Reasonably Available Control Technology
The gathering risks of climate change are so profound they could stall or even reverse generations of progress.
Science says the planet is getting warmer, but museum professionals cite several obstacles to raising the issue on the exhibit floor.
Experts say science-education facilities nationwide could do better at talking about climate change, but that can mean taking some heat.