by Natasha Geiling Oct 21, 2015
A coalition of environmental groups claim that a coal-powered plant in Utah has been using elaborate engineering schemes, including a fake farm, to circumvent Clean Water Act regulations.
by Samantha Page Aug 28, 2015
A federal judge issued a temporary injunction Thursday, halting the EPA and Army Corps of Engineers' regulation of some small streams, tributaries and wetlands.
by Samantha Page Jul 17, 2015
Even treated fracking waste can become unsafe when exposed to our public wastewater treatment system.
by Samantha Page May 27, 2015
"It's a big and very important step forward," said Jon Devine, an attorney with the Natural Resources Defense Council.
by Natasha Geiling May 19, 2015
A representative from New Belgium Brewing Company testified in favor of the EPA's Waters of the United States role before a Senate committee Tuesday.
by Samantha Page May 14, 2015
The Republican-led House passed a bill Tuesday that would force the EPA to back off from streams and rivers.
by Natasha Geiling May 13, 2015
A new law in Wyoming complicates where and how citizens can obtain data about the condition of the environment across the state.
by Emily Atkin Sep 23, 2014
The proposed rule would give Clean Water Act protection to about 20 million acres of wetland and two million miles of streams.
by Ari Phillips Aug 13, 2014
Texas Attorney General and gubernatorial candidate Greg Abbott is using precious public resources in the form of tax dollars to prevent the protection of precious public environmental resources.
by Joanna M. Foster Mar 27, 2014
The hope is that these new rules will restore protection for about 20 million wetland acres and two million miles of streams whose legal status was thrown into uncertainty during the Bush era.