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The state's hazardous waste management fund faces projected shortfalls for the foreseeable future, and earlier this year the Kentucky Division of Waste Management warned lawmakers it was halting projects at contaminated sites that are abandoned or have no “responsible party.”
Congressional Republicans who vow to defeat President Barack Obama’s “War on Coal” can do little to defend the industry against a growing international threat — the drying up of its once-promising markets overseas.
The Obama administration will soon finish rules aimed at controlling pollution from toxic coal ash, making good on a promise it made less than two months after President Obama's inauguration.
Negotiators have reached a watered-down deal at U.N. talks in Peru that sets the stage for a global climate pact in Paris next year.
Though United Nations officials had been scheduled to release the plan on Friday at noon, longstanding divisions between rich and poor countries kept them wrangling through Friday and into Saturday night.
Road salt certainly does the trick – it melts the ice, and makes it less likely to re-freeze – but there are both economic and environmental costs.
As the snow this weekend finally begins to fall in the mountains and Utah hopes for a banner snowpack this year, water managers know one season will not douse the challenges the state faces when it comes to water.
There are more regulations for cutting hair than for drilling water wells in Pennsylvania. To drill a well and install a water pump, you need only register drilling equipment with the state.
"The Future of the American Food Chain: Healthy Plants = Healthy Planet," a three-part presentation, featured Monsanto employees who work in the law and policy, commercial research and scientific development areas of the St. Louis-based agri-giant.
The budget hammered out in Congress contains $300 million for the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative for 2015. Congress must make sure that the money goes to the right groups and the right projects.
We're in a drought. The drought we refer to has been the long lack of action by California's leaders on the issue of safe drinking water in disadvantaged communities.
There is a way to make 2014 that truly decisive year in confronting both climate and rebuilding America, but only our political leaders can write that lead.
Driving westward one recent day, back toward the city on a road paralleling the Missouri River, my attention was drawn to a gigantic plume of smoke rising what appeared to be a couple of hundred feet or more into the morning sky.
Blinded by moral superiority, Greenpeace has become more intolerant and more illiberal — and more criminal — than the coalminers and oil prospectors it demonises for wrecking the planet.
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