Families across America are likely snacking on a surplus of turkey, ham and chicken leftover from last weeks holiday meals. But for some Italian-American families, seafood was the protein of choice.
That’s one takeaway from a new ranking of power plants released by Environment America. The list comes ahead of next week’s expected carbon pollution limits on new plants, to be proposed by the U.S.
One of the big takeaway from the big UT Austin/Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) methane leakage study released today is emissions rates are actually lower in some parts of the production process than initially thought.
The prevalence of pesticides may seem like something of a bygone era, one marked by Silent Spring and the Bhopal Disaster, but the grim reality is that they are unfortunately very much around.
Tomorrow, President Obama is expected to announce a major step in U.S. carbon regulation. Using executive authority, the President will issue a new rule to limit carbon dioxide emissions from coal-fired power plants in the United States.
Existing technology like combined cycle generation could be used to meet EPA's stricter CO2 emissions limits
The Environmental Protection Agency has new rules for how much carbon dioxide power plants can spew. Designed to ensure that no new plants built in the U.S.
New standards that reduce sulfur in gasoline will also curb the soot that contributes to climate change and lung disease
400 PPM: What’s Next for a Warming Planet Concentrations of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere have reached this level for the first time in millions of years.
It’s important to understand that not all of the bad news for the coal industry is coming by way of the EPA. While the CO2 limits for new coal and gas plants complicates domestic power generation, the global market for U.S.
The $1-trillion bill keeps agencies from acting on clean air and water and energy
War on coal? Not really. More like climate policy tai chi by the EPA.
Controversy expands over whether corn ethanol is worse for the climate than gasoline
EPA decision to sharply reduce the amount of cellulosic biofuel in the U.S. fuel supply strangely pleases oil companies and environmental groups
Recent spills show that tougher rules are needed to protect water supplies