by Samantha Page Posted on May 8, 2015
The oil industry has been injecting wastewater into clean, protected aquifers in drought-stricken California.
by Samantha Page Posted on April 30, 2015
It only took two weeks for the Republican-led House in North Carolina to introduce and pass a bill gutting the state's environmental law.
by Samantha Page Posted on March 17, 2015
But the world's largest source of carbon emissions is still growing.
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Posted on March 17, 2015
The border security bill would exempt activities from 16 environmental laws within 100 miles of the southern and northern U.S. borders.
by Katie Valentine Posted on December 19, 2014
"It's not just about a post on Facebook or a blog entry or a series of supportive statements -- we're determined to engage on these issues over the long-haul."
by Jeff Spross Posted on November 20, 2014
A new report by top environmental groups lays out how the federal government could cut methane emissions 42 to 48 percent with three regulatory reforms.
by Emily Atkin Posted on July 21, 2014
"Looking at my community I wanted to cry," Leonard said. "Sometimes you just get so tried of fighting."
by Joanna M. Foster Posted on March 31, 2014
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence has refused to either sign or veto a bill that would end Indiana's state-wide energy efficiency program which will now, by default, become law.
by Joanna M. Foster Posted on March 25, 2014
A new Sierra Club poll found that 70 percent of North Carolina voters are more likely to support candidates who favor strong regulation of coal ash.
by Joanna M. Foster Posted on February 4, 2014
The poll also found that most people think that the EPA already regulates carbon pollution from power plants, which is not true yet.