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3D printers are fairly small machines can make just about any metal or plastic object simply by following precise instructions from a computer. A recent study indicates that 3D printing is good for the environment, can save you money, and could be the basis of many new businesses.
Almost all Chinese cities monitored for pollution last year failed to meet state standards, the vice-minister of environmental protection said on Saturday as he outlined the country's plans to redress the environmental consequences of rapid industrialization.
Flint Hills’ refinery in North Pole has had a long history of leaks and spills from the day it opened, according to lawsuit filed by the state of Alaska over the responsibility for a sulfolane plume emanating from the refinery.
To its commendable list of clean air initiatives, the Obama administration can now add one more: a new rule requiring refiners to reduce the sulfur content in gasoline by two-thirds.
Let's give Sen. Colin Bonini a round of applause. He nailed down an important problem in discussing a proposed special tax fund to clean up Delaware's embarrassing water-quality problems.
Passaic River flooding has been a topic of discussion for at least the last 30 years. The time truly has come to move forward with a comprehensive plan for flood control.
A mere $250 million a year to protect air and water quality, manage solid waste, conserve open space and save family farms is a trifle in New York State's enormous annual budget. Yet that modest sum was the prerecession high point for the Environmental Protection Fund.
Peter Dykstra, publisher of DailyClimate.org and EHN.org, tells a story from Vermont where there’s a long storied history of battling against what we call dirty energy. Lately though, we’ve seen something different, where Vermonters aren’t giving a free ride to “green energy,” either.
The news that the Obama administration wants to use America’s new natural gas abundance as a lever against Russia offers a chance to change a long-term dynamic in Europe, which allows an undemocratic petrostate to dictate terms to our closest allies.
The number of Louisville companies storing dangerous quantities of toxic chemicals has dropped significantly in the past decade, but hundreds of thousands of area residents remain at risk of being sickened or killed in the event of a catastrophic leak.
Researchers at Stony Brook University in New York have coined the term “Iraq-Afghanistan war lung injury” to describe respiratory symptoms developed by some veterans - and they have duplicated the problem in mice, using dust from Camp Victory in Baghdad.
West Virginia regulators said Friday they are investigating a "suspected chemical release" at the St. Albans company that's been handling cleanup work for Freedom Industries following the Jan. 9 leak of Crude MCHM into the region's Elk River drinking-water supply.
China declared a "war on pollution" this week, and is now fortifying its arsenal with a new weapon: smog-clearing drones. The drones work by shooting chemicals into the air, freezing pollutants and making them fall to the ground, according to state media.
In the three years since several of the reactors at Fukushima-Daiichi suffered meltdowns, it has become clear that melted fuel rods and debris inside the reactor buildings have to be cleaned up before the risks of radioactive discharge from the site can be contained. That's where the robots come in.
Steve Milloy, Milloy, an infamous tobacco- and chemical industry-funded PR flack, is now deploying his anti-science, climate denialist PR spin for the largest privately-held coal producer in the U.S., Ohio-based Murray Energy Corp.
A group of East Coast university researchers are studying the breeding areas of Carolina and black-capped chickadees. Along a narrow zone in the eastern U.S., the two species interbreed, and that overlap zone is moving northward at 0.7 miles per year.
The director of the Fish and Wildlife Service oversees 150 million acres of wildlife refuges and thousands of threatened and endangered species. It's a job that has come with its controversy as the Obama administration seeks to balance species protections with a boom in energy development.
Activist investors will put forward a record 142 shareholder resolutions during the upcoming proxy season asking corporations to strengthen their environmental commitments in areas ranging from greenhouse gas reductions and energy efficiency to deforestation and water use.
U.S. commercial nuclear power plants had 10 serious incidents in 2013 that could have resulted in damage to nuclear reactors, but the industry's overall safety record improved, the Union of Concerned Scientists said Friday.
Leading chemical safety advocates say it’s past time for the federal government to make the search for safer alternatives a requirement.