by Ari Phillips Apr 28, 2015
In proposing fracking regulations, the Florida legislature is giving lip service to the public and full service to the industry.
by Katie Valentine Apr 16, 2015
Oil and gas theft has become a major economic, environmental, and safety problem in Mexico.
by Samantha Page Apr 13, 2015
In drought-stricken California, the food and beverage conglomerate is under investigation by the U.S. Forest Service.
by Ari Phillips Apr 9, 2015
As the state prepares for first-time mandatory water restrictions, some prefer to blame "liberal environmentalists" rather than face the truth.
by Carl Gibson - Guest Contributor Apr 4, 2015
Water rates have skyrocketed in the past three years.
by Ryan Koronowski Apr 2, 2015
"We're in an historic drought, and that demands unprecedented action," Gov. Brown said, standing on dry grass in a meadow that should be covered in five feet of snow.
by Samantha Page Mar 30, 2015
An application to truck thousands of gallons of wastewater into Nebraska riled the community.
by Samantha Page Mar 27, 2015
In its quest for oil, Canada has lifted regulations on much of its water supply.
by Emily Atkin Mar 10, 2015
The Ohio, the Yellowstone, the Missouri, and now the Mississippi River have all been spiked with oil in the last year.
by Ari Phillips Feb 3, 2015
A rainy December helped Californians meet a 20 percent water-saving goal for the first time in the year since it was proposed.