by Katie Valentine Jul 16, 2015
If finalized, the rules would protect about 6,500 miles of streams across the U.S. from the impacts of coal mining, according to the Interior Department.
by Katie Valentine Jul 14, 2015
Zooplankton are a base of the marine ecosystem, so that plastic is likely moving up the food chain, a new study has found.
by Katie Valentine Jul 6, 2015
The Chesapeake Bay has been plagued by algal blooms and dead zones for years.
by Natasha Geiling Jun 29, 2015
Sixteen states are seeking to block the EPA's clean water rule, which extends protections to some two million acres of streams and 20 million acres of wetlands.
by Rupali Srivastava Jun 5, 2015
Unsafe chemicals in a Michigan city's drinking water are causing concerned residents to speak out.
by Natasha Geiling Jun 4, 2015
In its five-year study, the EPA found that while fracking hasn't caused widespread damage to drinking water, that doesn't mean vulnerabilities don't exist.
by Natasha Geiling May 14, 2015
Following a lawsuit, four Washington state dairy operations have agreed to make sweeping changes. Could it spur a national change?
by Katie Valentine May 14, 2015
Enbridge settled with Michigan this week over the Kalamazoo River oil spill, a disaster that sent more than 800,000 gallons of oil into the river.
by Katie Valentine Mar 31, 2015
Rep. Alex Mooney (R-WV) says that new regulations are part of the President's "War on Coal."
by Natasha Geiling Mar 25, 2015
What can the city of San Diego's recent lawsuit against Monsanto tell us about the legacy of toxic PCBs?