After 7,500 gallons of a chemical called crude MCHM spilled into West Virginia waters on Thursday, the company responsible was ordered to move the rest of those chemicals to a new site. But that site is not safe either.
The New Jersey Pinelands Commission voted Friday to reject a pipeline that would have crossed 10 miles of protected national reserve to supply a coastal power plant with natural gas -- and Christie appointee David Samson's law firm represents the power plant.
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China's environment is feeling the wear and tear of the country's three-decade growth spurt. Decisions from a recent high-level meeting are the latest indication that it's no longer all about the economy.