The Sleepy Hollow Fire, which began June 28 near Wenatchee, Wash., has forced hundreds to evacuate the area
June 28, 2015 A Douglas County firefighter sprays down the back of a home in Wenatchee, Wash., trying to protect it from burning embers flying off
In the same week the House of Representatives rammed through a bill (Whitfield HR 2042) to block the President's Clean Power Plan, the House Republican leadership will debate a bill to fund the Department of the Interior and EPA (H.R. 2822)
After more than seven years of study, the state Department of Environmental Conservation today issued the final document needed to ban the controversial drilling practice, known formally as high-volume hydraulic fracturing.
Western Watersheds Project works to end destructive harm to public land;WY legislature, controlled by destructive ranching interests passed a law against documenting damage, erosion, pollution, Empty future of desertified land, or healthy ecosystem?
Developed countries should take the lead by undertaking ambitious emission reduction targets, ministers from the BASIC (Brazil, South Africa, India, China) bloc said as they met for the 20th Ministerial Meeting on Climate Change here over the weekend.
... Cross' monitor measures the presence of microscopic particles suspended in the air. Earlier, in his home, the device reported average concentrations of between 10,000 and 100,000 airborne particles per cubic centimeter of air...
People of faith, civil society groups and communities impacted by climate change marched together in Rome today to express gratitude to Pope Francis for the release of his encyclical on the environment,
Fracking is quietly expanding in Mexico, unregulated and shrouded in opacity, according to the non-governmental CartocrÃtica, which says at least 924 wells have been drilled in six of the countryâEUR(TM)s 32 states âEUR" including 349 in Veracruz.
According to the US Environmental Protection agency, tens of thousands of oil spills occur every year, and the prevention technology to deal with their aftermath has not changed in over three decades. Moreover, recovery rates continue to hover just be