by Natasha Geiling Sep 30, 2015
Could concrete that absorbs water help cities to better guard against stormwater runoff and flooding?
by Samantha Page Sep 15, 2015
Using tree rings from blue oaks, researchers found a new way to show how very, very dry it is.
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 Aug 21, 2015
Oil and gas extraction contributes to climate changes, which causes drought, which affects oil and gas production. To everything, turn, turn, turn?
by Alan Pyke Aug 19, 2015
Just months after the shrinking Rust Belt city emerged from a long financial emergency, a judge's order protecting residents' access to water could uproot its new balance.
by Samantha Page Aug 19, 2015
A poll of registered Latino voters found that air and water issues were more important to the group than immigration reform.
by Natasha Geiling Aug 12, 2015
A new study seeks to quantify the potential risks to land, air, and water of opening the Delaware River Basin up to fracking.
by Samantha Page Aug 11, 2015
This Louisiana community is fighting back against a plan to frack in its wetlands.
by Samantha Page Jul 23, 2015
The bill undermine's the EPA's attempt to regulate coal ash.
by Samantha Page Jul 17, 2015
The climate and environmental impacts of drilling in the Arctic are too dangerous, Sen. Merkley says.