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Duke Energy's shuttered Crystal River nuclear plant in Florida will cost $1.18 billion in today's dollars to decommission over the next 60 years, the utility announced Tuesday.
What if a bike of the future could perform more than one function, earning even more efficiency brownie points? Answering that question, a group of Thai designers and engineers has developed a plan to turn the bicycle into a machine that actually cleans polluted air while cruising down the street.
As 2013 comes to an end, the future of the Allied Paper remains unclear. Many citizens are urging the Environmental Protection Agency to approve a complete clean of PCB contamination. But retired Kalamazoo Public Services Director Bruce Merchant says a quick decision may not yield the best result.
From the industrial cities of Britain to the forests of Sweden, from the plains of Spain to the shores of the Black Sea, Europe is restoring its rivers to their natural glory. The most densely populated continent on Earth is finding space for nature to return along its river banks.
A growing body of evidence suggests that naturally occurring bacteria and other microbes in the body, and possibly even viruses, can influence weight in ways that scientists are only just beginning to understand.
Pacific Gas and Electric Co. is investigating why an underground natural gas line ruptured Tuesday in an Oakland, Calif., neighborhood, causing flames to shoot through the pavement near homes.
Since it was founded a decade ago by biologist John Peterson Myers, Environmental Health Sciences - parent to Environmental Health News and The Daily Climate - has become a trusted source for journalists and an online water cooler for scientists across a wide a range of research fields.
Reducing air pollution requires the cross-state rule which, incidentally, has been on the books in some form since 1977. The right of the federal government to regulate pollution in such cases was recognized by the Supreme Court 70 years earlier.
Energy costs in New England are too high in large part because there isn't enough transmission capacity to get electricity, natural gas and developing renewable energy sources such as hydro from there to here efficiently.
Abundant domestic oil and gas production on federal and Indian land can be a huge source of growth for the economy. But to get there, we will need a clear strategy of allowing states to continue to regulate fracking without interference from federal agencies.
During the 1980s, the United States and the world faced an urgent environmental challenge. Scientists warned that chlorofluorocarbons were destroying the ozone layer. The scientists made clear: Humans caused this problem and humans must fix it.
About 48 million people a year in the United States come down with food-borne illnesses, and more than half of those illnesses can be traced to food from restaurants, delis, banquet halls and schools, according to a new report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
No one knows how long the water has flowed through the moldy bowels of Detroit's Crosman School, but it has been closed since 2007. And it's not the only empty structure where city water steadily fills dark basements or runs into the gutter, wasting money and creating safety hazards.
Fourteen House Democrats are pushing the Obama administration to swiftly finalize new regulations to prevent the emergence of drug-resistant “superbugs.”
The Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday about an EPA rule that aims to curb cross-border air pollution. The high court set aside an additional 30 minutes beyond the usual hour for oral argument, underscoring the importance – and complexity – of the dispute.
Flight attendants fear they could have been put at risk of long-term brain disorders including Parkinson's disease by regular exposure to insecticides sprayed on long-haul flights.
These days the baby aisle shelves are lined with products proudly announcing: “BPA-free.” But the chemical is found in many other common items: medical devices, dental sealants and compact discs, and even paper receipts. In short, it’s pretty hard to avoid the chemical.
A New York environmental group says the use of fracking waste on some of the state’s roads is occurring more than initially thought.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development will focus on energy efficiency and renewable energy investments over the next five years and slash its funding for coal projects.
The ethos of the Environmental Defense Fund has been atypical: The group will work with anybody and everybody to find a workable solution to combat climate change and pollution. Under the right circumstances, even a coal company can be a worthy ally.